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SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker by Panasonic

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If you want lots of options for your homemade bread making then you will love the Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker.

It will mix, rise, knead and bake bread in three different loaf sizes up to 2 1/2 lbs. In addition the digital controls give you settings for whole wheat, white, multigrain and French breads. Additional settings allow for rapid baking and baking sandwich bread with a soft crust.

There is a beeper signal that notifies you when to add fruit like raisin or other dried fruit so the fruit won't get crushed during the kneading.

If you like dark or light crust you can have it with the Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker.

Want yeast? It is automaticly added for you at the proper time through a dispenser on the lid of the unit.

Bake banana bread, gingerbread and other sweet cakes.

Mix, knead, rise doughs for pizza, croissants, focaccia and other pastries without baking them.

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Homemade Bread Making - Tips, Techniques and All Around Know How

Nothing can make your house feel more like a home than the smell of fresh homemade baked bread permeating throughout the rooms.  And the most delightful part is when you can slice that bread, swipe some butter on it and enjoy it to the very last bite.

To make this experience everything that it should be, then let us help you with some tips on getting that perfect loaf of homemade bread to the table.

Cutting Homemade Bread

Don't try to cut your bread fresh out of the oven.  It is not firm enough to catch any of the teeth of the knife.  You will just mess up your beautiful loaf of freshly baked bread.
Let the bread cool for at least 15 minutes.  It will be easier to handle and stand up to the knife better.  Also, if you let the bread cool down the crust will be softer and there will be less crumbs when you slice the bread.

The knife you use for cutting your bread needs two main features; thin and sharp. There are knives on the market specifically for cutting bread if you would prefer to purchase one specifically for slicing your bread.

You might also want to invest in a bread-slicing guide.  This is a box-like tool which has multiple slits which allow the thickness of the slices to be uniform and adjusted to a thickness you like.

Storing Your Homemade Bread

Due to the lack of preservatives in homemade bread it will spoil faster than store bought mass produced  bread.  In the olden days bread was stored in the open air and that still is a viable storage method for today. The crust will become tough but the inside will remain nice and soft.  Store the bread with the cut slice down.  This method of storage will only last about three days.  
If you don't think you will devoured that delicious loaf of bread in three days you might want to try another method of storage. 

Most commercial bread making companies store bread in a plastic bag.  This allows the bread to last a couple of days in travel, a few days in the store and another few days in your home.

With homemade bread you need to decide what type of bag to use.  Most of soft breads that you make will also do well in a plastic bag.  If you have made French bread it would be best to store it in a foil-lined bag so you can place it in the oven and heat it through. 

Just be sure your bread is completely cool before you place it in a bag to avoid the added moisture that will form and create mold.

A method of storage that will give more life to the bread is to freeze it.  This way there is less chance for your bread to dry out.  So you won't have to thaw the whole loaf it would be best to slice the loaf first and then just take out as many slices as you need for a meal.

You can also store the dough in the refrigerator for about two weeks.  This way you can just pop the dough in the oven and have a fresh baked loaf hot out of the oven or bread machine whenever you need it.

Variations of Homemade Bread

You can find all sorts of delicious home made bread recipes.  There is the standard whole wheat, raisin and cinnamon breads.  Then you will also find breads  made with soy flour, mashed potatoes, honey, powdered milk, large flake oats, ground flax seed, cheese, herbs and more.  And don't forget pizza and cookie dough. For a large list of different breads check out this Wikipedia article: List of Breads

Check out the recommended Bread Machine Cookbooks on this site for a wealth of additional homemade bread recipes and bread machine directions.

Save money

Not only does your fresh baked homemade bread taste better and have no unhealthy preservatives, it will cost you less to make.  Some families have reported saving around $150 to $250 a year by eating homemade bread vs. store bought bread.  If you buy your ingredients in bulk or online you can save even more. 

Automatic Bread Maker

If you are not really into all the tedious process of kneading, rising and stuff that goes along with making homemade bread but you still want bread that tastes good and is more healthy for you then you should look into getting a bread machine. You will still get the great aroma from your automatic bread maker that you get from your traditional oven and the process of baking homemade bread will be much faster.

When you purchase a new automatic bread maker you will get an entire booklet of free recipes from quick breakfast breads to roll recipes.  You will find yourself amazed at how easy these machines are to operate and you and your family will never want store bought bread again.

Bread machines can save on your electric bill vs. using a traditional oven for baking.  And homemade bread can save on your budget vs. buying it at the store.
You may can pick up one cheap at yard sale but you may not get the receipt book and directions with it. Be sure to check for those things before you buy.

Automatic bread machines are super easy and not that expensive.  If you don't want one for yourself or already have a home bread machine then consider that they make a great gift for newlyweds, parents, in-laws, friends or maybe an elderly person you know who likes to bake but can't afford one. 

If you really like to bake your bread in the oven then use your  bread machine to knead, evenly dispense your ingredients and rise the dough and then, after the dough has risen, take the dough out, shape it as desired, and bake it in the oven.  Will save you a lot of the manual labor.

We recommend the Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker shown above.  It seems to do most everything for you. The only other feature that you might like is the fruit/nut dispenser found in the Panasonic SD-RD250.
You can use a variety of types of flours and have full control over exactly what ingredients go into your bread.  You get the electronic convenience of home baked bread without the mess you would otherwise make in your kitchen. 

With this bread machine the yeast is added at the optimum time for best results.  You will get a manual with easy instructions and over 40 different recipes to use. Clean up is sooo easy with the non-stick pan.

We could go on and on about the features of the Panasonic SD-YD250 Automatic Bread Maker but you really should go check it out for yourself. 

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