According to a report released by Southern Utah University, the average American eats 53 pounds of bread each year, and it is believed that bread is one food that is eaten by every culture, race and religion. “Most agree that very few things taste as good as a loaf of home baked bread, and Breadbakers strives to help consumers find a bread machine that meets their needs in every way while producing this delicious, nutritious food,” John Deers of Breadbakers (www.mybestbreadmaker.com) declares.
Breadbakers examined three criteria when reviewing various bread machines: price, durability, and functions and features. Price remains the top concern of many buyers, yet shouldn’t be the only factor when choosing a machine. “A non-functioning bread machine benefits no one which is why Breadbakers chose to look at other criteria also, and the same is true of a machine lacking the features and functions desired by the owner. Breadbakers learned this from their personal search for a machine and now bases their evaluations on these criteria,” Deers continues.
Countless consider the SD-YD250 Panasonic bread machine to be the premier machine currently available. Some disagree, however, stating the machine doesn’t allow for certain combinations, such as a light crust on a multigrain bread. Others find the size of the machine to be a major drawback. As Deers points out, the machine does come with six preprogrammed cycles to make the process easier, and, although the machine lacks a viewing window which many bakers would prefer, the lack of a window helps to ensure the bread bakes evenly.
Others opt to purchase the TR2500BC Breadman Bread Machine, which features a special dispenser for raisins and nuts along with a gluten-free bread cycle. Some complain of mechanical issues, though, so buyers need to read the review carefully to fully understand what to expect with this appliance. “Many choose this machine because they love the stainless steel finish and find there are many other things to enjoy with this model. The delay time feature and sourdough starter are just added bonuses,” Deers explains.
Breadbakers reviews a number of models other than the Breadman and Panasonic. As Deers explains, “When the reviews are combined with the handy comparison chart, consumers discover how easy it is to choose the perfect bread machine for their needs in a very short period of time. Breadbakers gladly offers this assistance to make the process easier.”
Breadbakers strives to help consumers find the best bread maker for their particular needs and came about as the website owner searched for a bread maker for their personal use. Although many bread maker reviews exist online, none offered an easy method to compare the various models. Breadbakers strives to correct this, keeping in mind that each baker has their own unique needs for appliances of this type, and makes use of a 15 point review process to simplify the process while still providing the necessary information.
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Name: John Deers
Phone: (845) 875-7243