Perfect for kitchens with limited counter space, it offers everything you need in a user-friendly design. You can make sourdough, quick bread, gluten-free bread, cakes, or completely homemade recipes—it’s up to you!.
Rated voltage: 220V-50HZ
Maximum power: 580W
Heating power: 500W
Internal capacity: 1.5 pounds
Motor power: 80W
Bread weight: 500G/750G
Product net weight: 5.4KG
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What Are the Benefits of Making Homemade Bread?
Healthier Ingredients You select all the ingredients that go into your homemade bread. You can choose the highest quality flours – or grind your own – leavening agents, eggs and dairy. You also control the sugar content and do not have to worry about the addition of high fructose corn syrup or dextrose, which offer empty calories. Unless you add it yourself with margarine or vegetable shortening, homemade bread does not contain trans fats; you can use heart-healthy unsaturated fats such as olive or sunflower oil instead. Commercially prepared bread often contain preservatives and artificial ingredients to extend their shelf life and boost flavour, while homemade bread does not.
Lower Sodium Many commercially prepared bread contains over 130 mg of sodium per slice. If you prepare your own at home, you can limit the amount of salt in the loaf.
Whole Grains The USDA recommends consuming at least 3 oz. of whole grains daily. Labels on commercial bread can lead you to believe they contain more whole grains than they actually do. When you prepare bread at home, you can be sure of the number of whole grains included in the recipe. You can make a heartier, healthier bread by using whole wheat flour or other whole grain flours. Whole wheat flour has more fibre and nutrients than refined white flour. When you bake your own bread, you can also experiment by adding in other grains or ingredients to boost nutrition. Consider adding ground flaxseed for omega-3 fatty acids, whole oats for soluble fiber or quinoa flour for protein.
Allergen-Free If you have serious food allergies, you can tailor your bread recipes to leave out the offending ingredients. Even manufactured bread that do not contain the allergen may have been produced on equipment contaminated with it. Making your own bread prevents almost all possibility of cross-contamination.