*Make clean-up easy by spraying the kneading paddle of your machine with nonstick spray coating before adding ingredients and by soaking the paddle and pan in hot soapy water immediately after removing the baked bread.
*Use the end of the handle of a wooden spoon to remove the kneading paddle from the hot loaf of bread.
*When rolling out dough mixed in a machine, stop and let the bread rest about 5 minutes; then finish rolling it out. The dough is very elastic and letting it rest makes it easier to shape.
*To store baked bread, cool it completely; it will take several hours. Wrap it in foil or plastic wrap, or place it in a plastic bag.
Store it in a cool, dry place up to 3 days. To freeze yeast bread, place bread in a freezer bag or container, or tightly wrap it in heavy foil. Freeze it up to 3 months. Bread can be thawed in the package for 1 hour or wrapped in foil and reheated in a 300* oven about 20 minutes. From: Bread Machine Bounty-Better Homes and Garden Books ISBN: 0-696-01992-2 Copyright 1992 Meal Mastered by Roberta Thompson Submitted By MICHELLE BRUCE On 04-15-95
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