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Breadman TR875 2-Pound Breadmaker- $59.99 @ Amazon. Good buy? [Dec. 11th, 2010|12:18 am]


The Breadman TR875 2-Pound Breadmaker is on sale today only for $59.99 (normally $129.99) as Amazon's Gold box deal of the day.

Has anyone used this model before? Would you recommend it? I'm thinking of ordering this for my mom for christmas. It seems to have good reviews from what I can tell, but i've never bought/used a breadmaker before. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

here's the description from Amazon:
Paddle comes attached to electrical cord; detach but keep safe for use with select bread types
Programmable bread machine bakes 1-, 1-1/2-, and 2-pound horizontal loaves
Housed in stainless steel; easy-to-read LCD display; viewing window
Cycles include super-rapid, 100-percent whole wheat, gluten-free, and more
Measures 18 by 11-1/5 by 14-4/5 inches; 1-year warranty; hand wash only

[User Picture]From: horror_romance
2010-12-11 02:24 pm (UTC)
i hate bread machines. my mom bought me one a few years ago and i returned it. the whole reason i bake bread is that i like touching the dough, haha! also i think bread from a bread machine all tastes the same.

SORRY I AM SO UNHELPFUL. does your mom WANT a bread machine? they are giant space-hogs in the kitchen, too.
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[User Picture]From: after_the_ashes
2010-12-11 03:48 pm (UTC)
I have no idea about that type. But, I have to say, I LOVE my bread machine. You don't have to bake the bread in it, you can still touch the dough! You can use dough mode and then let it rise and shape it and bake it in the oven. I do this all the time and I really think it's easier than using my kitchenaid for the dough.
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