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Price has gone up a bit.

I have this exact model and pretty sure I paid about £70 @ Amazon a few years ago.
Speculator08/05/2020 14:33

Price has gone up a bit.I have this exact model and pretty sure I paid …Price has gone up a bit.I have this exact model and pretty sure I paid about £70 @ Amazon a few years ago.



Yup, price increased significantly, especially now during lockdown, but atm they're difficult to find, and if there is any, price is 250+++
Edited by: "Eraserw0w" 8th May
Lockdown was so last month
I paid £130 for this model about 6 or 7 years ago. I paid £189 for the top Panasonic 2522 model a few months back from AO. This model in the deal should be a lot less now. They are taking advantage of people during Covid.
Its a lot of money, most will use a dozen times and be stuck in the cupboard, should have purchased one of these when they where about 50 quid in the Argos clearance centre. Talking breadmaking, I made a loaf the other day, unfortunately the following day bread was stale. is there an additive one can use to prolong the freshness.
Edited by: "Bendown" 8th May
We bought a used Panasonic breadmaker off ebay a couple of years ago for £25. An older model, but a good one. Easily found the manual for it online.

It's never missed a beat and is used often.

Not sure if used ones will be so cheap at the moment right enough.

You have to consider if you are really up for it. At the start it's definitely more effort than buying from the shop, but there's pleasure to be had.
Bendown08/05/2020 15:40

Its a lot of money, most will use a dozen times and be stuck in the …Its a lot of money, most will use a dozen times and be stuck in the cupboard, should have purchased one of these when they where about 50 quid in the Argos clearance centre. Talking breadmaking, I made a loaf the other day, unfortunately the following day bread was stale. is there an additive one can use to prolong the freshness.


There is a great way to make your bread last longer - just after the last baking cycle you need to take the loaf tin out of the machine and turn it upside down over a large plastic or metal canister. Then jump in the car and go and buy a loaf of Warburtons thick sliced - might be full of preservatives but it doesn’t go off for ages!
Edited by: "david49" 8th May
I own the exact same model, one of my best purchases EVER! Use it every day.
Bendown08/05/2020 15:40

Its a lot of money, most will use a dozen times and be stuck in the …Its a lot of money, most will use a dozen times and be stuck in the cupboard, should have purchased one of these when they where about 50 quid in the Argos clearance centre. Talking breadmaking, I made a loaf the other day, unfortunately the following day bread was stale. is there an additive one can use to prolong the freshness.


Yeah in my experience the bread is only fresh and suitable for sandwiches the first day it is made. Then the following days it is only suitable for toast and for dipping in soup. I don't know of any additives to keep it fresh in home baking.
The first year I bought mine, I used it everyday. Still going strong after 5 years (but I only use it on the weekends now).
Loubou08/05/2020 17:29

Yeah in my experience the bread is only fresh and suitable for sandwiches …Yeah in my experience the bread is only fresh and suitable for sandwiches the first day it is made. Then the following days it is only suitable for toast and for dipping in soup. I don't know of any additives to keep it fresh in home baking.


Its a pity we cant have the best of both worlds, home made bread that lasts a bit longer, I suspect most who make their own bread give it up as a bad job for this reason, I ate 2 slices out of my homemade bread, the following day is was as you say good for a bit of toast.
You could slice the bread and freeze what you don't use.
Bendown08/05/2020 17:44

Its a pity we cant have the best of both worlds, home made bread that …Its a pity we cant have the best of both worlds, home made bread that lasts a bit longer, I suspect most who make their own bread give it up as a bad job for this reason, I ate 2 slices out of my homemade bread, the following day is was as you say good for a bit of toast.


It is ok for people with families as they can get through a homemade loaf a day. So they probably use their breadmaker or oven bake bread daily. It works out well for them. It's just me though, so I only have fresh bread on day 1 like you. Make some soup if you are into it. The stale buttered bread is nice when dipped in.
jakka08/05/2020 18:31

You could slice the bread and freeze what you don't use.


I've never frozen bread. Are the slices really soft and fresh once defrosted?
Loubou08/05/2020 18:52

It is ok for people with families as they can get through a homemade loaf …It is ok for people with families as they can get through a homemade loaf a day. So they probably use their breadmaker or oven bake bread daily. It works out well for them. It's just me though, so I only have fresh bread on day 1 like you. Make some soup if you are into it. The stale buttered bread is nice when dipped in.


Yes you are right, I usually buy a loaf a week, I do however enjoy a bit of homemade crusty bread, I will see what I can find out about preservers, it is a shame that we are all put off by the use today or throw away scenario.
I use our bread maker a lot, and have one recipe where the bread keeps for ages. It’s a whole meal and rye loaf. It keeps several days. No preservatives.

I rarely make white bread, but when I do, yes, it goes stale quickly.

I often load the bread maker in the evening, with the timer set so the bread is ready for breakfast.

I really cannot see the point in making an ordinary white loaf that you keep for several days? The ingredients cost more than the ready made loaf at the supermarket.
Use mine often . I keep the loaf wrapped up in the fridge and it's good for three days.
Mainly wholemeal with a good quality flour.
If anyone is after a bread maker maybe try German Amazon amazon.de I got one from the warehouse for about 60 delivered
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