Did you leave it in the bread maker for any length of time once it had finished baking? If so, try taking it out straight away and letting it cool on a rack for an hour or two.
it could be because of too much of flour. Try reducing some flour and change the setting to soft. BTW...am not an expert in breadmaking, just guessing ;) . apologies if that doesn't work
I can bake really nice bread from home but could never get my breadmaker to bake nice bread. It was always flabby and the crust never crisped up like it did in the oven. Any and all advice welcome. the
This deal is only for the people who will be using the breadmaker and who believe in that
I agree. That's the safest option and it is easy to bake your own bread