Posted on Nov 09, 2009 | Comments 0
Remember the days when you used to slave over making fresh homemade bread for your family?
Gathering the ingredients, making sure you had a bowl big enough to accommodate the rising, and then there was the waiting for the rising and kneading and shaping and rising again.
It was toilsome work and took hours of your precious time to prepare. Hours that could be spent on more important matters.
Bread machines have been around for a while and the models have gotten better over the years. You can now decide what type of bread you want, from heart healthy whole wheat bread to sweet, mouth-watering cinnamon raisin rolls for breakfast.
Some bread machines are so versatile you can even make meatloaf and cakes in them! There is even a timer to let you choose the exact time you want your bread to be done, so no more figuring out when to knead or how long before it is ready.
With a bread machine you are now free to spend time with your family. You will also have the ease of mind knowing that the breads and food you serve to your family does not contain preservatives or other unhealthy products.
Look up healthy recipes and just as quickly you can have it that night for supper or anytime of the day for that matter. You know exactly what you are putting in front of your family because you made it from scratch, with the help of your bread machine.
Don’t think that because you have to plug it into the wall, it will be hard to figure out, or that it will be difficult to understand. It is as easy as throwing in all the ingredients together, setting a timer and pressing start.
Also, they make yeast that is specifically for bread machines so you no longer have to wait while the yeast activates. Just imagine how simple and wonderful it would be to have your own bread, fresh and warm and ready to eat.
Get it out of your head that they are clunky, loud and big! There are so many to choose from and today’s models are sleek, small, and fit virtually anywhere on a counter top [kitchen counter top] or hide it away in your cupboard until you need it.
However, the ease of use and the promise of warm, healthy, homemade bread, filling the house with its aroma, will probably mean that you will have your bread machine out and working all the time.
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