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Want To Make Your Own Bread? We’ll Help You RISE To The Challenge

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Want To Make Your Own Bread? We’ll Help You RISE To The Challenge

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After the COVID pandemic, people have switched to more nutritious diets and cooking at home. In the last three to four years, a lot of tools and appliances that make cooking easy, such as OTGs (Oven Toaster Griller*) and bread makers, have become more popular. It is now a staple appliance in almost every kitchen and very simple to use. You don’t require any advanced baking skills or training to make bread at home * now.

Bread makers are very versatile, you can make all sorts of breads, from basic white bread to more complicated recipes like sweet, french or sourdough. And if you’re gluten-free, there’s no need to worry, as there are now many bread makers that can make gluten-free bread.

All you need is the right bread maker, some flour, water, sugar, salt, and yeast and you are good to go. Just put all the ingredients in the bread pan in sequence, select the cycle and press start. In a couple of hours, you will have a fresh loaf of bread.

There are measurements and instructions on the user guide. Every brand has its own methods, but the measures may differ; follow the measures stated, but always start with the wet ingredients and end with the dry ones.

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