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    The best thing I've done besides building my oven, was purchasing a bread machine to make my doe. All I have to do is add my measured ingredients and push a button. After a couple of hours I have doe ready to go. No fuss, no mess.

    Anyone using a bread machine.

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    Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

    I didnt think making dough was that much trouble? mix it and leave it to do its own thing in the mixer bowl.
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      Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

      Originally posted by threerivers View Post
      Anyone using a bread machine.
      I have one but it makes a pretty small batch (one loaf of bread). Plus I have to keep my eye on it or it will get into the cooking mode.
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        Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

        I like to put mine in the fridge overnight so mixer and oiled bowl for me.


        • #5
          Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

          we usually run 2 bread machines at a time, just pull dough out after kneading and repeat.


          • #6
            Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

            This is convenient for small mixes but try a 5Kg flour mix through one or multiple breadmakers.
            I will continue to use my 10Kg commercial and now a 20Kg Hobart mixer for even small 2.5Kg mixes which are the smallest that I make. Domestic mixers won't handle even these mix quantities. It is hardly worth firing the oven for less.

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              Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

              I too enjoy the convenience of a bread machine for making the dough...After 90 minutes, out comes the dough which goes into the proof box. I find it best to leave the box in the ref overnight, then take it out 2 hrs before use.


              • #8
                Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

                Like everything it gets simpler and easier with practice.

                bread machines are quite small.

                but if it works for you great.


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                  Re: Bread machine for Pizza Doe

                  Originally posted by wotavidone
                  Only one bowl to wash afterwards.
                  And it cleans your fingernails while mixing......
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