>From: email@example.com (Jeffrey Hamelman)
>Subject: benefits of a Kitchen Aid
>Date: Sun, 18 Aug 1996 21:39:36 -0400
>I'd like to respond to JOAN MATHEWS' question about the benefits of using a
>Kitchen Aid in mixing bread doughs.
Unless I've developed a very weird case of amnesia, I did NOT pose these
questions. I know full well the benefits of using a KA to mix bread doughs
since I've been doing it now for at least 8 years.
I probably posted a follow-up to the original question, but I think it's
important to maintain the credit where credit is due on these lists. I
often get email responses to questions I never posed! The poor bloke who
actually asked the question is left wondering why no one is responding then...
I should probably also (once again) state my views that it doesn't bother me
what method folks use to make their bread. "Different strokes for different
folks", ya know? If people are happy with the bread they make with ABMs,
fine. If they prefer hand-kneading, OK. If they swear by a KA, great. No
flames from me about what's better, although you might hear some questions
from me about things that interest me.
USDA gardening zone 7b, just north of Dallas, TX