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  1. Ok. That sounds fine, in theory, but how does the bread get kneaded the second time if you've pulled out the paddle.....that does the kneading? I can see trying to pull it out right before it goes to bake cycle but not while it's kneading...unless it doesn't matter with un-glutened bread? I might...
  2. You did it right. You don't remove the paddle until after the bread is baked. The bread will fall if you try to manipulate it before it's baked. You have to remove it carefully after the bread cools. All bread machine breads have a hole in them from the paddle.