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Bread is the food of life, one of the cheapest sources of carbohydrates and vegetable protein as well as mineral salts and vitamin B, more so when wholemeal flour is used.
Who doesn’t love freshly made bread with butter and jam or butter and cheese? Automatic breadmaking machines make it possible for people to bake their own loaves.
If you’re looking to get rid of your old breadmaking equipment and to invest in one of the new bread machines, Revelation Machinery as a used machinery dealer, buys and sells lots of machinery, and you can sell your old bread machine and look to invest in one of these cool bread-making machines.
Here are seven bread machines:
◼ T-Fal ActiBread Programmable Machine
Ideal for making gluten-free loaves and this particular bread maker doesn’t have one but three gluten-free settings – gluten-free cake, gluten-free salty and gluten-free sweet.
◼ Zojirushi Bakery Virtuoso Breadmaker
With this machine, you can make your gluten-free bread and cakes and the machine can also make sourdough. Also gluten-free and Custom Menu settings. Dual kneading blades for thorough kneading. Measuring cup included.
◼ Panasonic SD-ZX2522 Breadmaker
This bread machine comes with a good range of programs and it has yeast and seed dispensers. You can bake different loaves, and rely on getting moist, well-cooked loaves. A bit costly yes, but an exceptional bread maker.
◼ Oster 2-Pound Expressbake Bread Machine
This bread maker is a cheaper machine but still excellent, being able to make a variety of breads. Its a 650 Watts bread maker, it has 12 bread settings and 3 crust settings and has a 13-hour programmable baking timer.
◼ Swan SB1041N Quickbake Breadmaker
Simple to use and affordable, this machine is good for making those basic loaves quickly with nice golden crusts. With this particular breadmaker, it is best to stick with the longer cook program as opposed to the fast-bake option to ensure an even baking pattern.
◼ Cuisinart CBK250U Automatic Breadmaker
This breadmaker is good to look at and it comes with a seed and dried fruit dispenser. It is capable of making some large loaves – 700g. It has a programmable setting where you can create your own recipe, setting the baking time, etc to your liking.
◼ Kenwood Bread Maker BM260
This is one of the more affordable fan-assisted bread machines but it lacks a couple of features such as the dispensers for seeds and yeast. It comes with an adjustable spoon so you can easily measure out ingredients perfectly. There is a recipe book included.
Each of these excellent bread making machines has its own unique features and it’s up to you to do research and choose one within your budget. You have to know what you expect from your breadmakers and then its just a case of letting the wonderful aroma of fresh-baked bread filling your kitchen.