Product Type: Panasonic bread makers
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Bread Maker heaven
Panasonic SD 251
Member Name: jonny_stowell90
Panasonic SD 251
Advantages: Easy, quick and cheap to use.
Disadvantages: Takes 60 minutes and you might want bread now
My dad got me this bread maker about 3 months ago and when he gave it to me I smiled and looked pleased, but was thinking “why do I need one of these?” As with most other presents I don’t understand I stored it in the cupboard until last month when I decided, why not give it a go? And I’m glad I did. Now I make fresh, tasty bread every two or three days. And here is why:
The Bread maker comes with a recipe book for many different kinds of bread. (chocolate bread is my favourite ) It makes it so simple, a little kid could make great tasting fresh bread.
The easiness of the bread making process is made simpler by the easy to use interface. Set the time given by the book, the category of the bread you’re making set by the book, press go and you are on your way.
You get an absolutely amazing smell going through your house. Perfect for if guests are coming round, or you just want to smell that fresh bread smell.
Now, you may be asking yourself, “is it really worth it?” My answer to this is yes. Even though it may cost a fraction more to make, and you have to put a little bit more time in to make it, the quality of the bread is so much better than that which you can buy in supermarkets. Once you eat bread made by this machine you wont want to go back, and for the price of £100-£105 it is well worth it.
Summary: If your interested in buying one, buy it.
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