So, given that he likes when things are simple, off he went to shop for a bread machine. Given that he is one of the larger consumers of bread in our house, he has his specifics of what he likes in bread (usually the suits him nicely). So, he didn’t ask me what my specifics were for a bread machine, he just went shopping.
My husband asked me what I wanted for my birthday, (which was back in February, by the way). I told him that I had been thinking that a bread machine would be a really good addition to the kitchen. Sometimes, we can go through 4 loaves of bread in one week. (now that is combined us and Daycare). It is not so much that good bread is expensive, but also that good bread is hard to find. I have often made my own bread, but then something will happen and I run out of time, and we are left without.
He chose it because it had the whole grain loaf option as well as the “standard” bread pan. (Which means the loaves are standard loaf shape rather than square and up and down like most bread machines). I don’t know if I would say, “Standard” is totally appropriate when describing the size of the loaf, which comes out reasonably tall, but it is certainly more like a conventional loaf of bread than any bread machine loaves that I have seen.
We at Best Bread Machine (BBM) are always looking at our mail to see if our readers are searching for a particular type or model of bread maker. This time, we are catering to the request of a few BBM friends who are looking for units that can bake bread fast, really fast. The Oster 5838 ExpressBake Breadmaker fits the bill exactly as it can make a 2-pound loaf of bread in less than 1 hour.