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The No-Mess Bread Machine Cookbook - Recipes For Perfect Homemade Breads In Your Bread Maker Every Time - cover

The No-Mess Bread Machine Cookbook - Recipes For Perfect Homemade Breads In Your Bread Maker Every Time

Barb Swindoll

Publisher: Mayorline

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Summary

Enjoy Endless Varieties Of Bread Made From Your Bread MachineThese days, people are paying more attention to what they eat. They are now getting to understand the importance of eating fresh, organic and natural foods as opposed to processed and unhealthy foods, which contain toxic chemicals. A bread machine makes it possible for you to eat affordable, tasty and healthy breads instead of processed breads which are also expensive and unhealthy. It handles your bread-making from scratch and ensures it comes out perfect. With a bread maker, you can turn an otherwise stressful and time-consuming activity into a pleasurable experience. You can produce various types of bread quickly and easily. You don’t have to watch over your bread as you can pre-program your bread maker to do the work for you while you go to sleep or go on a date! No messy mixing or kneading as well. Making bread is so easy when you use a bread machine.This book is loaded with a wide range of interesting recipes for perfect bread all the time! It provides you with information, tips and tricks of bread making that taste, feel and smell even better than those made from your neighborhood bakery.There are 100 recipes to try, and with minimal work, your bread machine will deliver every time! Just sit back and enjoy the convenience of your bread maker!    

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