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Ive been experimenting a bit. Like many I have trouble eating bread amongst other things. We have had a breadmaker for ages but stopped using it when the novelty wore off. I was just not managing shop bread, so decided to get out the machine and made a basic white loaf. Because it didnt have all the junk that is put into bread to preserve it I found it easy to swallow and it was lighter. Also you can vary it a bit to suite. Its always worth a try. I make mine with a light crust and I can manage that OK
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