I’m a father and husband from Berkshire, I love fresh bread, good food and good wine 🙂

Increasingly I’m becoming more and more concerned or conscious of what I’m eating (rapidly approaching 40) and have started to get more choosy about what I eat and what I put on the table for my kids.

Supermarket bread has become so expensive and a lot of the time (unless you want to pay a lot more) is tasteless and soft with no flavour or substance. In addition, it’s often full of salt and preservatives, which to my mind are completely unnecessary.

To that end, my preference would be to have fresh bread baked by hand every day. The small town where I live doesn’t have a decent bakery and I work full time – so making it by hand is rarely practical.

The solution for me at least was  a bread maker and I’ve never looked back. Our first was a Panasonic SD-253 about 8 years ago and we’ve never looked back. To that end I want to spread the word and encourage as many of you as possible to make the switch and ditch the supermarket bread. It’s not hard to do and bread makers start from under £50, so it needn’t be expensive either.

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1 comment for “About

  1. Christine Jenner
    May 12, 2012 at 11:42 am

    Panasonic SD2501WXC Panasonic SD2502
    I am considering upgrading from my SD257 mainly because I understand these new models have a speciality mode that enables spelt flour to be used. As I have never produced any spelt loaf that does not resemble a house brick from my current model, while all else is excellent, I would be interested in any feedback about the possibility of a nicely risen spelt loaf with the new models. However, I do realize spelt does not rise so readily as wheat flour.
    Thanks for any help

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