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Dave Jerzycki <daveje@gr.hp.com>
Mon, 12 Dec 1994 08:16:43 -0700
> Date: Sun, 11 Dec 1994 00:11:59 -0500

> From: GGDA@aol.com
> Subject: Re: BREAD Digest V5 #47
> Message-ID: <941211001159_3000515@aol.com>

> Doesn't anyone out there bake WITHOUT  a bread machine?  Where are the
> artisan bakers who still believe that no bread machine can ever match a hand
> process.  I am not suggesting that all kneading be done by hand, but I am
> definitly not interested in baking bread in a box.  

> Anyone else of the same school?

> ggda


>> What's the saying, don't knock it till you've tried it...
>> I use both methods..the machine and "the old fashioned way". The machine
>> is great when I want a loaf of fresh bread waiting for me when I get up,
>> or coming home from the office. 
>> When I have the time, or want some type of specialty bread, I do it the
>> old tried and true method. Anybody get the December issue of Cooking Light?
>> Some real good bread recipes, especially the Hawaiian bubble bread. Can't
>> make that in a bread machine.
>> Both methods have their merits. I love my Hitachi. Had it now for about
>> 3 years. Makes fantastic breads, rolls and jams.

>> daveje@hpgrla