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Kenmore Easy Baking Recipe & Instruction Booklet page 37

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The following tips will provide you with practical solutions to problems you might experience when
using your Kenmore Choice Bread Machine.
Read the Owner's Manual also. It will guide you to
understand
the usage of this appliance to achieve maximum enjoyment.
YEAST AND
WHOLE
GRAIN
BREADS
Problem
Cause
Solution
Dough/Bread
did
Ingredients were not at room temperature.
Ingredients must be at room temperature
unless other-
not rise enough.
Ingredients were not placed in pan in the recipe's
wise noted. Place ingredients
in pan in the
recommended order,
recommended
order.
Yeast did not activate.
Bread collapses
when
baked.
Be certain yeast is fresh; check expiration date on back of
package.
Do not reduce amount of sugar or sweetener
called for in recipe; do not use artificial sweeteners.
Too much salt used, inhibiting dough to rise. Use amount
specified in recipe.
Low gluten flour used.
Unless otherwise noted, always use bread flour.
High altitude.
Dough rose unevenly.
For every 1000 feet above 3000 feet sea level, reduce the
water by i tablespoon, up to 4 tablespoons maximum.
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Make sure water is no warmer than room temperature
(70°-80 ° F.) Flour is very absorbent and absorbs moisture
from air during periods of excessive humidity. If dough too
sticky, bread can collapse. Reduce water or liquid in recipe
by 4 tablespoons. Let appliance knead for 1 to 2 minutes;
if dough appears too dry, add additional water 1 tablespoon
at a time, up to 3 tablespoons.

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