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Breadman BK1060S 2-Pound Professional Bread Maker with Collapsible Kneading Paddles and Automatic Fruit and Nut Dispenser

Item# SPM6438230705P | Model# BK1060SR | Added on February 5, 2013 |
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Breadman BK1060S 2-Pound Professional Bread Maker with Collapsible Kneading Paddles and Automatic Fruit and Nut Dispenser
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No need to live above a bakery to enjoy the warm aroma of freshly baked bread on a daily basis. With an array of convenient features for ease of use, this Professional bread maker comes in handy any day of the week. Make anything from fresh cinnamon-raisin bread for breakfast toast, banana nut to serve with tea, or a loaf of whole wheat to serve with a hearty stew for dinner. The unit's intuitive push-button control panel offers 14 baking functions, including low carb, gluten free, artisan dough, and jam. Choose from three loaf sizes (1, 1-1/2, or 2 pounds) and from three crust colors (light, medium, or dark). Unlike other bread makers, the machine's exclusive kneading paddles collapse automatically before baking to prevent holes from baking into the bottom of the loaves, and its exclusive fruit and nut dispenser adds extras to the dough at the right time automatically--no need to wait around. The bread maker also provides Perfect Bake technology for even heat and excellent results, as well as a 15-hour delay-bake timer, which makes it possible to wake up to--or come home to after a long day--a loaf of freshly baked bread ready to be sliced and slathered with butter and jam, spread with soft cheese, or enjoyed with other toppings or on its own. Accessories include a collapsible measuring cup, an adjustable measuring spoon, and a recipe book with over 80 recipes. The bread machine measures 16 by 18 by 12 inches and carries a two-year limited warranty. - RE21
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