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12/21/11 4:21 P

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Thank you for the suggestions. I don't use a mix and make my own flour blend so I'm not sure how that will work. However, after a lot of research I'm eyeing the more expensive Zojirushi Bread Maker Supreme? I see fairly good reviews on amazon and it's not 300 plus dollars. I'm still waiting before I pay 200 dollars.

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12/12/11 10:07 A

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I have this breadmachine, www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002GHBSCY
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The Breadman TR2700. I use it about every other week, and it makes wonderful bread. I usually use Pamela's Bread Mix though, and it says to use it on the regular bread setting, and it comes out just fine.

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12/9/11 12:27 P

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I have a Cuisinart CBK-200 2-Pound Convection Automatic Bread Maker. It makes many varieties of bread including gluten free. It has tons of settings including for how light or dark you want the bread and what size loaf to make. I really likes that it beeps to let you know it's time to take out the paddle so you don't get that big hole at the bottom of your bread. I have had it for a couple of years and have been very happy with all the bread I've made with this. It is currently selling for about $104 on Amazon...

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12/8/11 10:26 P

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Thank you so much for answering and you gave me some great info. I'm not looking for a gluten free only machine either. Does it make more than one loaf and does it leave a big hole like the ones I'm used to in the past? Thanks again and I'll google around for it. Thanks again.

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12/8/11 10:39 A

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Hi. I am gluten free - and my husband eats gluten free at home with me. I have a breadmachine, the Breadman Ultmiate Plus, $108 at Chef's Catalog. I have been using it for about 2years. It has many cycles, including gluten free,which is the only one I use. . I do not know of a dedicated gluten free only breadmachine. I have been happy with my results - my son-in-law didn't know my pumpernickel was gluten free till his wife(also gluten free) started eating some!. I started with the machine recipes, following them exactly, then altered for high altitude because I am in Colorado. I now add the yeast right away, the machine book had it going in last. It comes out better, I have to bake 15-20 min longer than the cycle does, but that is not too difficult to do. I haven't put in my favorite recipe times, -it allows you to save 3 "cycles". That would make it even easier. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have...I got this machine because it rated well in "Gluten Free Living " magazine.


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12/8/11 1:22 A

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Hi,
I'm new here and was wondering if anyone can recommend a good gluten free bread machine for a reasonable price. Anyone have one? Thank you
Turtle

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