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We have been using our bread maker for a while now, mu mum gifted hers to us as she no longer used it. So it has lasted well, longer than expected.
It is nice and quiet during its operation. The outside does not get very hot, so easy to move whilst in operation, though take extra care during the proving! It is easy to clean, and the non-stick pan keeps its non-stick well, you will only scratch it if you use a sharp knife or the ilk, so as with all non-stick do not do as my mum did once and use a sharp knife if the loaf sticks. I have found it nice to grease the pan at times with butter, or even a flavoured olive oil.
It makes wonderful wholemeal bread, and it is great to be able to add seeds of your choice.
The loaf can be quite small, but different machines make different sizes.
There is quite a good manual that come with it, with some really nice recipes. I suggest you read through the manual a couple of times before using the machine, I know many folk don't read manuals as a rule, but I suggest you do.
Making a 1lb loaf the Morphy Richards Daily Loaf Breadmaker has five programmes including a rapid bake feature so you're never far away from fresh baked bread / There's a single crust setting and a viewing window so you can check the bread's progress and a recipe book to give you plenty of tasty baked treats / Short name: Morphy Richards 48330