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I don't even have a bread machine and mix the whole recipe by hand. It turns out just fine. I do, however, mix the yeast in the warm water and add a teaspoon of sugar (yeast grows better in sugar water). The bread made with this mix is our favorite and has always turned out just great. For a bread machine, use the… see more I don't even have a bread machine and mix the whole recipe by hand. It turns out just fine. I do, however, mix the yeast in the warm water and add a teaspoon of sugar (yeast grows better in sugar water). The bread made with this mix is our favorite and has always turned out just great. For a bread machine, use the whole bag and follow the recipe. I do cover the top with foil in the last 20 minutes or so. Note: I always mix the wet ingredients together first, add half the bread mix, stir together, then add the rest of the mix and stir it together. see less I don't even have a bread machine and mix the whole recipe by hand. It turns out just fine. I do, however, mix the yeast in the warm water and add a teaspoon of sugar (yeast grows better in sugar water). The bread made with this mix is our favorite and has always turned out just great. For a bread machine, use the whole bag and follow the recipe. I do cover the top with foil in the last 20 minutes or so. Note: I always mix the wet ingredients together first, add half the bread mix, stir together, then add the rest of the mix and stir it together.
Dr. F.
· September 27, 2013
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1 bag makes 1 loaf of bread. The yeast packet is in the bag. You only add eggs, melted butter, cider vinegar, and warm milk. I actually use 3 whole eggs instead of 6 egg whites and I bake mine 5 minutes longer to keep the loaf from falling in the middle when it cools
E. Williams
· January 20, 2014
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I put mine in the bread machine, and it rises (maybe not as high has the previous recipe, but it rises nicely.) I use 1 1/2 cups of water, 1/4 cup of oil, 1 tsp vinegar, and 3 whole eggs. My family likes this recipe better.
C. Essigmann
· September 15, 2016
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I have a Cuisinart CBK-200 machine and it works great. There is a GF cycle on the machine and I have not had a bad loaf yet. I alter the recipe as follows: 2 cups milk vs 1-2/3, add 1-1/2 tsp sugar to help make the bread rise fully. Other than that, it's pretty simple. I don't see a reason why you can't bake in an … see more I have a Cuisinart CBK-200 machine and it works great. There is a GF cycle on the machine and I have not had a bad loaf yet. I alter the recipe as follows: 2 cups milk vs 1-2/3, add 1-1/2 tsp sugar to help make the bread rise fully. Other than that, it's pretty simple. I don't see a reason why you can't bake in an oven; there are directions for both on the bag. see less I have a Cuisinart CBK-200 machine and it works great. There is a GF cycle on the machine and I have not had a bad loaf yet. I alter the recipe as follows: 2 cups milk vs 1-2/3, add 1-1/2 tsp sugar to help make the bread rise fully. Other than that, it's pretty simple. I don't see a reason why you can't bake in an oven; there are directions for both on the bag.
Todd B.
· June 19, 2014
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Absolutely, I don’t see a problem using this for stuffing. They might not notice that it’s gluten free!
Hen Hen
· October 29, 2020
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Mine was in the back bottom of the bag! They don't last very long and one of mine had expired already.
Melissa
· May 3, 2022
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I haven't tried almond milk with this yet. I have used lactose free milk though and it has worked just fine. You probably can you would just have to figure out if it would be a different portion
mom of 3
· September 27, 2016
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The bags come with a “best by” date which is over a year out. Since I use this for everything from baking to flour coating and thickening sauces and gravies, it’s usually gone by the “best by” dates.
Phoenix
· May 3, 2022
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The mix I use is Bob's Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix and it does list milk as an ingredient. Your mix just uses water instead of milk. The only difference is that "my" mix is that it calls for 1 whole egg and enough egg whites to make 3/4 cup. I use 1 whole egg and 4 egg whites where your mix calls for 3 egg whites. … see more The mix I use is Bob's Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix and it does list milk as an ingredient. Your mix just uses water instead of milk. The only difference is that "my" mix is that it calls for 1 whole egg and enough egg whites to make 3/4 cup. I use 1 whole egg and 4 egg whites where your mix calls for 3 egg whites. Not really much difference. Have you tried to make the bread yet? As long as you use the recipe as written, it should turn out just fine. see less The mix I use is Bob's Homemade Wonderful Bread Mix and it does list milk as an ingredient. Your mix just uses water instead of milk. The only difference is that "my" mix is that it calls for 1 whole egg and enough egg whites to make 3/4 cup. I use 1 whole egg and 4 egg whites where your mix calls for 3 egg whites. Not really much difference. Have you tried to make the bread yet? As long as you use the recipe as written, it should turn out just fine.
Sophie K
· April 13, 2016
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I have only used it with real eggs. I put it in my bread machine for the initial kneading but remove it and bake it in a bread pan. ( My bread machine has 2 kneading cyclces.)
GrnThmb
· October 22, 2019