Panasonic SD206 Automatic Breadmaker Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic bread makers
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Customer Panasonic SD206 Automatic Breadmaker Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/11/12, updated on 06/11/12 (Very useful, 118 readings)
Are you getting fed up with the ever rising cost of pretty ordinary tasting bread in the shops? Well have you ever tasted homemade bread? Once you have tasted homemade bread you will never want to go back to the supermarket stodge again! In fact that is only part of the experience, once you have savoured the aroma of freshly baked bread you will wonder what you have been missing all these years! When my wife first obtained a bread maker I scoffed at the fact, saying, "It can't be that good" but oh how I was wrong! The model we got was the Panasonic SD-206 and I will attempt to give an unbiased review here, but admittedly this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/01, updated on 26/06/01 (Very useful, 714 readings)
We've had our Panasonic SD-206 Breadmaker since April, it's used daily and it is fantastic. We've baked everything you can think of, from simple plain loaves to fruit loaves, granary loaves, banana cake, croissant dough etc. etc. Everything has come out perfect - no failures! NOT ONE. True it takes 4-5 hours to make a loaf, although some recipes allow a 'rapid' mode to be used (2 hrs). You have to be a little organised, but there is a timer feature, but to be honest we tend not to use it for the morning after bread as it is often to fresh / hot to eat straight away better later in the day. It has changed the way we eat, we love our bread and ... Read the complete review
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