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Jane Hughes

binatone bread maker

My beloved Panasonic machine died and I could not replace it here So spotted a binatone breadmachine BM2169 at half price so bought it. On my old machine it had great programmes for various dough settings On this one it has a home made mode where you have to enter times for the 1st kneading and frementation and then again for the 2nd and third But there is nothing to tell you how long to set the times for I have been on the web site and that gives very little
info Can anyone help me with times please
Many thanks Jane

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Welshcookie

Bread maker

I know it is not very helpful to say 'Google It', but I just did and immediately found a site which gives all the information you want.

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Jane Hughes

binatone & google

I did and it didnt come up with anything Would you mind sending me the site you found

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Welshcookie

Google & Binatone

I just put in Binatone Breadmaker and it was on the first page about half way down. The giving of links on this site is discouraged. It took me to an EBay site, but it seemed to be all there.

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Welshcookie

Breadmaker

To be specific, third site down, ignoring the paid for sites.

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Jane Hughes

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Many thanks for the replies
Jane

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Jane Hughes

binatone & google

2 thing I have searched for that site you said had the fermentation and kneading times and can not find it I did find one site which gave good advice from Somebody Hillbilly for the basic use of the bread maker but not the timings I want

Second thing I have made 2 loaves now following the instructions for the maching and the bread is a lot heavier and denser than my old machine Any advice

Would I be allowed on this site to give you my email address re the first problem???

Jane

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SonyaK

bread maker recipes

Not sure if I can recommend a particular machine as it may not exist in UK!!
I have a Breville on, which I'm very happy with - a 'Baker's oven' and one of the cheapest. Used to be in white and cream!!
Another 'wish' you didn't mention is what shape loaf-pan you want. Whether you want a loaf which looks more like an oven cooked loaf - some rise up at the 'end' to make a very regular shaped loaf.
Mine is the latter and I find it good for sandwiches and regular shaped pieces for the toaster!
I think most of them have the flexibility you mention, and
the Breville I find very repeatable.
Having said all that, I seem to remember that when it was discussed before, most people on this forum had Panasonics!

 
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