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Even absolute beginners can turn out a beautiful and delicious loaf of bread with the help of a bread machine. Whether you re an experienced baker or a newbie bread maker there are countless reasons why you need a bread machine in your kitchen. The Advantages of Using a Bread Machine Compared to making bread by hand using a bread machine has several benefits. You Don t Have To Do the Kneading. Kneading is the most arduous part of the bread making process. It s tiring tedious and leaves you with sore arms and tense shoulders. Yes it can be therapeutic. Pounding on a lump of bread dough is a good way to work out your frustrations. However if you ve had a lovely day and just want to make some bread as quickly as possible let the machine do the kneading for you.
As you can see bread can contain ingredients that those of us who have type 2 diabetes need to avoid... salt and fats. It pays to check the labels. Leavening Leavening is the adding of gas to the dough creating bubbles that make it swell up. This makes the bread lighter and easier to chew. When flour and water are combined to make dough the starch in the flour mixes with the water to form a matrix. When this mixture is leavened (ie gas is added) the dough rises . Then when it sets the bubbles remain trapped in the dough. There are several ways dough can be leavened. However most types of bread are leavened using biological agents containing micro-organisms that release carbon dioxide as part of their life-cycle. These are either yeasts or sourdough starters. Yeast ferments some of the carbohydrates in the flour.
They both offer several varieties of bread for you to chose from. You know what folks say "variety" is the spice of life. So both breads bring that spice to you. Both brands make a multi grain bread a whole wheat bread and a multi seed bread. Both breads are carried in only certain stores making their availability limited. Many big chain food stores will carry either one or the other brand. Now let s take a look at the differences. All breads from Food For Life (manufacturers of Ezekiel Bread) use only sprouted ingredients and no flour of any kind in any bread. Dave s Killer Breads use either cracked crushed cultured or rolled whole grains for their breads. So which is better? That is debatable. It is believed that sprouted grains are more readily digested by the body. If you do have trouble digesting grains this may be a slightly better choice for you. Beyond digestion the differences are negligible.