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Panasonic Bread Maker SD-ZB2512KXC - £159.99 @ Costco
Posted 12th Sep 2020

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This is the cheapest price I found in the market for this model.
I think it is an excellent breadmaker with additional sourdough functions, nuts and yeast dispenser.
This is minimum £40 cheaper than other retailers.
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Not that hard to make real bread without gadgetry.

I simply don't believe you can make a sourdough loaf in a breadmaker.
I use this, it's excellent
How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does it take
Anyone know how much this is in-warehouse?
wakkaday12/09/2020 21:36

How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does …How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does it take


Just made 2 loaves today! 500g flour (£2 for 3.5kg), 25ml olive oil, 7g yeast (90p for 56g box), 1.5 tsp salt, 1 tbsp brown sugar & 200ml of water. Mix & knead, then leave to rise for 1hr. Split mix in 2 & added olives to 1 of them then kneaded into oval shapes & placed on oiled baking trays to rise for 1 hrs before placing in fan oven on 200 for 20mins! I also made tzatziki as my son loves to dip the bread in Good for toning your arms up too from all the kneading, beating & mixing.
I have the non-sourdough version of this and it’s great. The “rustic french” loaf is amazing, but make sure you get a very good bread knife like Victorinox 21 cm Serrated Edge Bread Knife Blister Pack amazon.co.uk/dp/…5MG
I have the non-sourdough version and I've used it roughly once a week for 3 years.

Of course you can make bread "without gadgetry", but I like to set it before I go to bed then wake up to a fresh loaf of various permutations.

One thing I would recommend is a decent bread / meat slicer. You know - the one with a spinning steel knife wheel. I got one for about 60 quid on Amazon.

That way I can make a loaf and have it sliced into sensible sizes for the toaster / sandwiches / bread at dinner / freezer and it just lasts as a loaf should instead of being sliced into various unequal slices. If I didn't have one of those I'm pretty sure that I'd get tired of making bread pretty quickly.

You can also use the slicer on a gammon ham, brisket beef and get loads of slices (about 50 slices for £12) of quality thick ham or beef for cold cuts - a great saving on the packets of "quality" ham you can buy in supermarkets .
Edited by: "DeafCassette" 12th Sep
wakkaday12/09/2020 21:36

How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does …How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does it take



550g OO flour
25g butter
1.5 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoon sugar
1.25 teaspoon yeast
2 tablespoons sesame seeds
2 tablespoons poppy seeds
2 tablespoons linseeds
2 tablespoons sunflower seeds
2 tablespoons pumpkin seeds
380ml water

Set on No 3 setting which takes 4 hours, I set a timer so it bakes at night ready for the morning, it has a timer so if you want it ready at say 7am and it’s 10pm the that is in 9hrs time, so add 5hrs to the bread making time of 4hrs and it will be ready bang on time.

This is where I get my ingredients, a tablespoon is around 11g so you will have to do the calculations, they come from 2 sources.

Flour, poppy and sesame seeds from here, I get the flour in 25kg sacks prestigebuyonline.com/far…tml

Poppy seeds: prestigebuyonline.com/pro…tml

Sesame seeds prestigebuyonline.com/pro…tml

The other seeds and yeast all from Amazon, the sunflower and pumpkin come in a mixed bag, when making the bread the sesame and poppy seeds are added straight into the baking pan with the flour, butter, salt and sugar, the Sunflower and pumpkin seeds (remember 4 tablespoons in total of these mixed ingredients) and linseeds go in the rectangular hopper in the lid, the yeast goes in a round hole you will see when you lift the upper lid.

Yeast: amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Sunflower and pumpkin seeds mixed: amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

Linseeds: amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

All you do is put the flour, butter, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, salt, sugar and water in the baking tin, place it in the machine, add the sunflower, pumpkin and linseeds to the hopper in the lid, then add the yeast, turn on the machine select option 3 and press start, that’s it, in 4 hours you have a fresh perfect seedy loaf of bread. To add further time use the plus button to delay the ready time, this can be done in 10 min intervals, remember the total time shown on the display is the when it’s ready time, so if you want it ready in 7 hrs press plus until it displays 7

Hope that helps
sminky12/09/2020 21:25

Not that hard to make real bread without gadgetry.I simply don't believe …Not that hard to make real bread without gadgetry.I simply don't believe you can make a sourdough loaf in a breadmaker.


You can. But it's rubbish. However, it makes fabulous yeast bread and dough.
DeafCassette12/09/2020 22:14

I have the non-sourdough version and I've used it roughly once a week for …I have the non-sourdough version and I've used it roughly once a week for 3 years. Of course you can make bread "without gadgetry", but I like to set it before I go to bed then wake up to a fresh loaf of various permutations. One thing I would recommend is a decent bread / meat slicer. You know - the one with a spinning steel knife wheel. I got one for about 60 quid on Amazon. That way I can make a loaf and have it sliced into sensible sizes for the toaster / sandwiches / bread at dinner / freezer and it just lasts as a loaf should instead of being sliced into various unequal slices. If I didn't have one of those I'm pretty sure that I'd get tired of making bread pretty quickly. You can also use the slicer on a gammon ham, brisket beef and get loads of slices (about 50 slices for £12) of quality thick ham or beef for cold cuts - a great saving on the packets of "quality" ham you can buy in supermarkets .


Is the round blade on the electric slicer wide enough to slice the whole bread in one move or do you have to turn the bread? The breadmaker makes pretty large slices.
wakkaday12/09/2020 21:36

How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does …How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does it take


I buy 1.5kg bag of bread flour from Lidl for 55p. I get just over 3 loaves out of it. I weigh 400g per loaf.

I pay £1 for a tin of Allinsons Easy Bake yeast. I get lots of loaves out of it. At least 20, I'd say. Maybe more.

I use butter/oil, salt and sugar that I already have in my cupboards.

Sometimes I add other stuff, depending on the loaf I'm making.
Edited by: "Loubou" 13th Sep
Loubou12/09/2020 22:53

Is the round blade on the electric slicer wide enough to slice the whole …Is the round blade on the electric slicer wide enough to slice the whole bread in one move or do you have to turn the bread? The breadmaker makes pretty large slices.


Yes mostly large enough. I usually bake a large loaf and it's fine for that. An extra large loaf takes a bit of rotating of the loaf, but it's still fine and easy enough and worth it - I can have the slicer out of the cupboard, loaf sliced and the slicer back in the cupboard all done in 5-6 minutes so it's really good to have it all done and ready to eat.
DeafCassette13/09/2020 00:11

Yes mostly large enough. I usually bake a large loaf and it's fine for …Yes mostly large enough. I usually bake a large loaf and it's fine for that. An extra large loaf takes a bit of rotating of the loaf, but it's still fine and easy enough and worth it - I can have the slicer out of the cupboard, loaf sliced and the slicer back in the cupboard all done in 5-6 minutes so it's really good to have it all done and ready to eat.


Thank you. Which slicer do you have please?
sminky12/09/2020 21:25

Not that hard to make real bread without gadgetry.I simply don't believe …Not that hard to make real bread without gadgetry.I simply don't believe you can make a sourdough loaf in a breadmaker.



Why wouldn't you, there isn't anything special about it that a breadmaker can't adjust to. It also comes with some sourdough jugs so that you can make your own starter. Obviously it wouldn't dispense a starter like it would a yeast powder, but its not really necessary.

If its anything like the older one you can adjust it as well, so it would make it even if the programme didn't suit.
mam2cam12/09/2020 22:09

Just made 2 loaves today! 500g flour (£2 for 3.5kg), 25ml olive oil, 7g …Just made 2 loaves today! 500g flour (£2 for 3.5kg), 25ml olive oil, 7g yeast (90p for 56g box), 1.5 tsp salt, 1 tbsp brown sugar & 200ml of water. Mix & knead, then leave to rise for 1hr. Split mix in 2 & added olives to 1 of them then kneaded into oval shapes & placed on oiled baking trays to rise for 1 hrs before placing in fan oven on 200 for 20mins! I also made tzatziki as my son loves to dip the bread in Good for toning your arms up too from all the kneading, beating & mixing.


Your mention of olive bread and tzatziki made me think of home (Greece)! You should also try to make some halloumi bread (halloumi pieces instead of olives) covered in sesame seeds. I think you will like it!
Edited by: "nakis76" 13th Sep
Loubou13/09/2020 04:05

Thank you. Which slicer do you have please?



HI Loubou - Brand is Ritter - Vorsprung Durch Technik - Exact model I have is (amazon search for the below):

"Ritter E 16 Electrical Food Slicer with eco Motor" - currently retailing at £119.03.

Cheapest: £81.61 (February 2018)
Most Expensive: £127.09 (March 2019)

I love it and can highly recommend. Bread and meat are a dream to slice..!

There are cheaper versions which don't look very different.

Kind regards,
wakkaday12/09/2020 21:36

How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does …How much does it cost to make bread with ingredients etc and how long does it take


Maybe 50p for a medium loaf. I use a panny. Excellent machines
nakis7613/09/2020 11:48

Your mention of olive bread and tzatziki made me think of home (Greece)! …Your mention of olive bread and tzatziki made me think of home (Greece)! You should also try to make some halloumi bread (halloumi pieces instead of olives) covered in sesame seeds. I think you will like it!


Oooh sounds lovely I will definitely try that, thank you very much! Love Greece & won't holiday anywhere else
DeafCassette13/09/2020 12:12

HI Loubou - Brand is Ritter - Vorsprung Durch Technik - Exact model I have …HI Loubou - Brand is Ritter - Vorsprung Durch Technik - Exact model I have is (amazon search for the below): "Ritter E 16 Electrical Food Slicer with eco Motor" - currently retailing at £119.03. Cheapest: £81.61 (February 2018)Most Expensive: £127.09 (March 2019) I love it and can highly recommend. Bread and meat are a dream to slice..! There are cheaper versions which don't look very different. Kind regards,


Thank you.
These Panasonic breadmakers really are the best.
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