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Food For Life offers five varieties of bread: 7 Sprouted Grain 3 varieties of Ezekiel Sprouted Whole Grain (Flax Low Sodium & Sesame) and Sprouted Whole Grain&Seed. Dave s Killer Bread offers eight varieties of bread: 21 Whole Grain Good Seed Power Seed Blues Bread Cracked Wheat Sprouted Wheat Good Seed Spelt and Rockin Rye. All of the five varieties of bread from Food For Life do not use any sugar of any kind. All of the 7 varieties of Dave s Killer Bread use either organic dried cane syrup or organic cultured wheat (or both) as a natural preservative. For any of Dave s breads the amount of sugar added averages 4 grams per slice. For those of you cutting carbs to get that ripped body ready for the stage you may want to choose bread s from Food For Life exclusively in that 12 week pre show prep time.
You can even find larger machines that make 2-pound loaves. But keep this in mind. Homemade bread has no preservatives and will go stale faster than store-bought bread. Will your family be able to eat a 2-pound loaf of bread before it goes stale? If not stick with the 1-pound loaf bread machine. Do You Need a Machine with a Timer? Some bread machines come with delay timers so you can set the bread maker to start at a certain time. Using a timer you can set the machine to start while you re asleep or out shopping. If you time it right your bread can finish baking just as you arrive home from work. And what can be better after a hard day at work than a slice of warm freshly-baked bread? Getting the Most Out of Your Machine Yes bread machines are nearly fool-proof. But there are things you can do to get the best results possible from your machine.
Choose Recipes Carefully. Not every recipe will work correctly in a bread maker. Fortunately a quick Internet search is all it takes to find bread recipes that have been modified for use in bread makers. You can also find ready-made mixes especially made for bread machines. These mixes are convenient affordable and almost impossible to screw up. Don t Leave Bread In the Machine for Too Long. Homemade bread is the best when it s still warm. Some machines can keep bread warm long after it has finished baking. However bread left in the machine for too long could end up being soggy and not a lot of fun to eat. Make the Bread Easy To Remove. Thoroughly spray the inside of the machine with cooking spray before adding the ingredients. This will make the bread easier to remove after baking.