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BREAD Digest V5 #12, "What Bread Maker"

"Tom L. Wallace" <tomwa@jsbus.com>
Tue, 29 Mar 1994 16:49:35 -0800 (PST)
I owned the DAK "r2d2" (Same as wellbuilt "round loaf"),          
Panasonic, Hitachi and Zorochi (sp?) and the Zo is my favorite.   
It is the only one that lets you set the time, which is nice if   
you use a lot of whole wheat, or in my case wheat sprouts.  It    
also has a "window" so you can watch the process.  It is solidly  
built, unlike the others that all broke.  Speaking of breaking,   
there is a reason you so many bread makers sold reconditioned in  
DAMARK catalogs and similar publications: they do sometimes       
break.  Make sure that the store you buy from has a generous      
return policy.  I found Macys particularly good, but perhaps      
others are better in your town.                                   

Good luck!                                                        


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