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KA blog and hand kneading vs bread machine The Fresh Loaf

27/08/2010  If I complete my knead by machine, I still do a temperature check and still do a window pane test. Cook's Illustrated did a study recently on bread using a mixer like a KitchenAid, a hand mix/knead and a bread machine. The bread machine didn't fare well.. it produced an inferior loaf. The hand method and mixer method were practically tied in ...

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Machine Kneading vs Hand Kneading The Fresh Loaf

10/10/2013  Machine Kneading vs Hand Kneading. Hi all, Ive been doing tons of reading here but have not run across the appropriate thread. I have a Kitchenaid Artisan mixer and would love to use it to its full potential. I am also not a big fan of hand kneading as I either get to tired, or what usually happens is, while kneading by hand, I inevitably use to much flour on the bench and the dough does not ...

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Hand Mixing vs. Machine ???'s The Fresh Loaf

In the past year I've returned to machine mixing (KA 600 Pro). For most doughs I use speed 1 or 2 only, and single digit times. I routinely mix, autolyse and a first kneading with the machine, then I perform a series of SF's during the first hours of bulk fermentation. During every step I handle the dough: my year of hand work guiding me. David G

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Kneading vs Stretch Folding The Fresh Loaf

18/03/2010  I tore the old mix into about 10 or 12 pcs and put then into the KA mixer w/ dough hook and mixed for about three minutes then moved it to medium speed for kneading and constantly adding one tsp of KA bread flour and alternating w/ my freshly milled flour until I had a dough that was still sticking to the side of the bowl, but still capable of being worked. It actually had the consistency of a ...

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BBC - BBC Food blog: Bread: man v machine

31/07/2012  The second prove on the hand-made bread takes another 1½ hours, so we are level-pegging in time with the bread machine. I place the proved loaf

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Blog 6 - Kitchenaid vs Breadmaker, my bread journey ...

21/12/2014  I was not too bothered about making my everyday loaf but the bread machine makes it so easy and most importantly the bread is fresh, soft, crusty and there are no preservatives and alot less salt. So in conclusion, if you wish to save time and hate kneading I would recommend a bread machine. I personally enjoy kneading and will occasionally still hand knead some Man Tao but for now time is

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long kneading by hand The Fresh Loaf

28/02/2018  The 20 min. hand kneading is the "stop" issue. I am not new to bread making but use the stretch and fold. The bread I made last night is the sourdough which took from start to finish 40 hours. I make mostly sourdough ( about 90% of the time). I have the Kitchen aid ( Professional 5) which on the fresh loaf page stated that the machine would ...

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Best Stand Mixer for Bread, not KA The Fresh Loaf

As a side note, if you do get the KA professional for your bread, it does not do small things well that are not bread. The bowl is too big for whipping a stick of butter or a cup of cream. The beater attachement doesn't come close enough to the bottom of the bowl. The best thing it does is double batches of normal baking and small doses of bread. Bagels, cut the recipe in two parts if making 5 ...

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Bread Machine vs Stand Mixer: Which One Should I Choose?

16/07/2021  In this article we will explain the difference between a bread machine vs stand mixer. How can a bread machine help us? In order to understand how a bread maker can help us we need to think about how bread is made. We start by mixing all the ingredients, and then we start kneading the bread. In the end, after a lot of work and baking, we get a handmade delicious loaf of bread. Now imagine ...

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Choosing Between a Bread Maker vs Oven: A Full Comparison

28/07/2021  These are the same people that believe an oven is the only real way to bake a delicious loaf of bread. Whether or not a bread machine is better will be explained in this article. Overall, a bread maker is great for making several loaves of bread, and it’s also more convenient than an oven. That said, many people argue that baking bread in the oven is the secret to the best flavor. Keep ...

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Blog 6 - Kitchenaid vs Breadmaker, my bread journey ...

21/12/2014  I was not too bothered about making my everyday loaf but the bread machine makes it so easy and most importantly the bread is fresh, soft, crusty and there are no preservatives and alot less salt. So in conclusion, if you wish to save time and

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Bread Machine vs Stand Mixer: Which One Should I Choose?

16/07/2021  In this article we will explain the difference between a bread machine vs stand mixer. How can a bread machine help us? In order to understand how a bread maker can help us we need to think about how bread is made. We start by mixing all the ingredients, and then we start kneading the bread. In the end, after a lot of work and baking, we get a handmade delicious loaf of bread. Now imagine ...

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Bread Machines King Arthur Baking

In the bread machine, however, slack doughs knead very nicely, and the resulting loaf is full of coarse holes and light as a feather. Sometimes you can take a regular bread recipe, reduce the flour to 3 cups and amend all the remaining ingredients correspondingly, make it in the bread machine, and get a good loaf on the very first attempt. But ...

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Bread Maker vs. Oven: How to Get the Best Crust

03/05/2013  I’ll show you why I use a bread maker to mix and knead bread and an oven to bake bread. Check out the pictures below. I think you’ll understand. The bread on the left was baked in a bread maker or bread machine. The loaf on the right was mixed

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Everything You Need To Know About Bread Machine And More

04/09/2017  Most of the bread machines bake loaves that are positioned vertically, as the bread tin is shaped in this way. This type of bread machines features only o ne knead ing paddle. Horizontal. There are also some bread makers that have two kneading paddles inside the tin. These bread machines bake horizontal bread, just like the one you get from the ...

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🥖 Is A Bread Maker Better Than An Oven?

From start to finish, oven baking can be an adventure. You may enjoy kneading bread dough, the rising process, punching down the dough and forming the dough into various shapes. Baking in the oven can be a great way to spend a rainy weekend afternoon. Uniform Results. If you insist each loaf of bread should look the same, and is perfectly shaped and formed, you will have these results with a ...

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Making Dough in a Bread Machine and Baking it in the Oven ...

02/04/2021  The “automatic-ness” of a bread machine can mess up a loaf when you try to bake it in a bread machine. Maybe we’ve all expected too much. After all, a bread machine operates on a timer, not a brain. Make bread with the DOUGH cycle only, then take control over the shaping, second rise, and baking. Master this skill and you will produce a good loaf of bread almost every time. (Nothing ...

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Dough hook vs. hand kneading - Home Cooking - Baking ...

04/04/2007  Dough hook vs. hand kneading. j. jbd. . Apr 4, 2007 12:22 PM 31. I just received a KitchenAid mixer and am interested in using the dough hook for kneading bread. Anything I

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Choosing Between a Bread Maker vs Oven: A Full Comparison

28/07/2021  These are the same people that believe an oven is the only real way to bake a delicious loaf of bread. Whether or not a bread machine is better will be explained in this article. Overall, a bread maker is great for making several loaves of bread, and it’s also more convenient than an oven. That said, many people argue that baking bread in the oven is the secret to the best flavor. Keep ...

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Bread Machines: Worth it? Recommendations? : Cooking

Is the bread machine loaf as good as what I can make by hand? No. But it's still pretty tasty, a basic recipe costs about $1 in ingredients, and I can pop out a simple sandwich loaf with about 10 minutes of hands-on time, including cleanup. You can't touch that hands-on time by hand, even with a stand mixer (which we also own). And if you're willing to test and tweak recipes a bit and willing ...

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Bread Machines King Arthur Baking

In the bread machine, however, slack doughs knead very nicely, and the resulting loaf is full of coarse holes and light as a feather. Sometimes you can take a regular bread recipe, reduce the flour to 3 cups and amend all the remaining ingredients correspondingly, make it in the bread machine, and get a good loaf on the very first attempt. But ...

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Everything You Need To Know About Bread Machine And More

04/09/2017  Most of the bread machines bake loaves that are positioned vertically, as the bread tin is shaped in this way. This type of bread machines features only o ne knead ing paddle. Horizontal. There are also some bread makers that have two kneading paddles inside the tin. These bread machines bake horizontal bread, just like the one you get from the ...

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What Does a Bread Machine Do and Why Do You Need One?

24/10/2010  Nonetheless, if you love making bread by hand or even with a stand mixer, far be it from me to try to talk you out of whatever works for you. On the other hand When you want homemade bread you can count on to be ready at mealtime, try using

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Is A Bread Machine Right For You? The Pros and Cons – The ...

You should get a bread machine if you need to make many loaves or need the extra convenience. Maybe you are tired of making bread by hand and have a busy schedule or have a physical disability. It could very well be a budget issue or you are just new to bread baking. Any of these reasons will make you a perfect candidate for a bread machine.

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Dough hook vs. hand kneading - Home Cooking - Baking ...

04/04/2007  Dough hook vs. hand kneading. j. jbd. . Apr 4, 2007 12:22 PM 31. I just received a KitchenAid mixer and am interested in using the dough hook for kneading bread. Anything I

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The Best Loaf Rosemary Rye

27/10/2016  Finally, the bread maker bakes the loaf perfectly and with the right level of humidity. Coming from a dry state, this part is tough to do on your own but you can hack it with a baking pan full of water on a different shelf in the oven with the loaf. You can also use the bread machine to knead and rise the dough, and bake it on your own.

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Bread Makers 101: The Basic Guide for Using a Bread Machine

20/08/2014  Bread makers have a variety of pre-programmed cycles to accommodate everything from a soft and sweet cinnamon bread to a crusty loaf of french bread. Differences in cycles include the amount of time needed for kneading, rising, and baking. Bread makers also have a dough setting that makes the dough but stops before baking it. This lets you bake it in a conventional oven, add it to a

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5 tips for homemade sandwich bread King Arthur Baking

13/01/2015  We even answer the question can I make a bread machine recipe by hand, which it sounds like is what you're wondering about. Here's the answer we provide: " You can easily convert bread machine recipes to 'manual' recipes by reading the ingredients, then combining them the way you usually do. Dissolve the yeast in the liquid, add other 'wet' ingredients (e.g., eggs, honey, butter), add

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breadmaker Zojirushi Blog

Each course setting alters the kneading, rising and baking functions based on the type of bread to be made, and select courses allow you to control the crust from Light, Medium to Dark, so you can customize each loaf to your liking. In addition, this machine also comes with four additional courses for Dough, Sourdough Starter, Cake and Jam, making the breadmaker even more versatile.

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Thoughts on a breadmaker? : Breadit

(and of course auto bake) It takes some planning to use it, the turbo one made bread in 2.5 hours, and a 4lb loaf. Regular time is about 4 hours, they have timers so you can put the stuff in overnight and have fresh breakfast bread. But it really is up to you if you think you will use it. They take up room, and if it's put away it's out of sight out of mind.

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