BR> Date: Mon, 5 Dec 1994 20:36:21 -0500
BR> From: RHope@aol.com
BR> Subject: Bread Machine Input wanted
BR> Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
BR> Here's the deal: Do I want to spend the big bucks and by that
BR> Panasonic,suggested at $375, because it has the cast Iron, has yeast
BR> dipenser or is there a $200 equivalent, Or should I by that $375
BR> What I've heard from really satisfied people is they think Panasonic
BR> is it. Now I have come to the oracle Bread-Digest.
Here's the bottom line. There are a few good machines and a lot of not quite as
good machines. The good ones are the ones which can make 100% whole grain
breads and are very flexible in programming, They tend to be the top of the
line models from Panasonic, Hitachi, Zojirushi, Trillium, DAK/Welbilt and the
new (American made) Toastmaster. The DAK/Welbilt and Toastmaster are in the
$200 range, the others are $300 or better.
I'd suggest you look at all of them and pick the one with the features and
programming flexibility you feel you need.
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