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Re: BREAD Digest V5 #46

tachyon@cats.ucsc.edu (Tane' Tachyon)
Sat, 3 Dec 1994 23:46:33 -0800
>From: "Dr. John D. Chovan" <jchovan@magnus.acs.ohio-state.edu>
>I have been making bread for a few years by hand and recently purchased a
>bread machine.  I use it to make lots of different kinds of bread and also
>dough for shaping into foccacia, pizza, and hand-shaped loaves.  I would like
>to purchase a machine that makes dough without the baking capabilities, but
>I don't want to spend alot of money on it -- otherwise I would purchase
>another bread machine!  I cannot seem to find a reasonably-priced unit and
>would like some help.
>I read that Welbilt made one of these machines, so I called the company.
>They told me that their machines were sold by Sears, JCPenney, and Wal-Mart.
>Neither one of these stores that are in my area carry them, nor are they in
>their catalogs.

The current Damark (1-800-729-9000) catalog has a Welbilt "Multi-Logic
Dough Maker" for $89.99 with no shipping/handling charges.

     - Tachyon