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Re: Panasonic ABM

sherae@zeta.org.au (Sheri McRae)
Sun, 23 Jun 1996 16:56:45 +1000
However, my problem
>is that I was only able to find one model (the Panasonic SD.. {something})
>which had a *very* small baking cubicle - about quarter loaf. This
>surprised me gr8tly. The sales-lady at Stutterfords said it came highly
>recommended; at R1400 (about $350) I think she's supposed to say that.
>Is the small cubicle going to be a problem for most of the breads on
>BREAD-BAKERS? Is the Panasonic bread machine really good?

My Panasonic sounds as though it might be the same size as the one you're
looking at.  When I bought mine in Australia it was also the only one I
could find.  But I've been ever so happy with it and found it to be a
wonderful machine.  There are only two of us at home, so the small size
loaf is ideal.  We don't have bread going stale.  The small size isn't a
problem for the breads on BREAD-BAKERS.  If the recipe calls for 3 cups
flour I reduce ingredients (where practical) by 1/3.  I would still use 1
whole egg and round the measurements up or down depending on taste or
common sense.  One of the best things about the Panasonics is the excellent

Cheers,  Sheri

    Sheri McRae                        sherae@zeta.org.au
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