Cheap bread machines in Lidl

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« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2007, 22:36 »
Well, my bread flour is 50p a 1.5 kg bag (Lidl again) - so it's about 25p for flour, maybe 10p for yeast, and the salt and sugar cost is pennies.  

So a nice loaf for about 50p beats a cotton wool loaf for 40p!  There's way less salt to worry about too...

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« Reply #16 on: March 28, 2007, 22:37 »
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so cost about 8p to bake a loaf! add on the ingredients cost and a cost per loaf for the purchase of the machine, its probably still a bit dearer than buying a loaf, but that aint the point is it i suppose

Correct, it ain't the point - on a cost basis only, none of us would be growing tatties ... What are they, about £4 per 25kg usually.  Taste cr*p though.

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« Reply #17 on: March 28, 2007, 22:40 »
It's not the salt I worry about it's the enzymes they use to inhibit staleness.  Bread from the supermarket goes mouldy long before it ever goes dry and even that takes an unnaturally long time to take place.  I have heard that lots of folks that think they are wheat intolerant are actually reacting to the enzymes used in modern day bread making.
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« Reply #18 on: March 29, 2007, 09:49 »
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Quote from: "Zak the Rabbit"
so cost about 8p to bake a loaf! add on the ingredients cost and a cost per loaf for the purchase of the machine, its probably still a bit dearer than buying a loaf, but that aint the point is it i suppose

Correct, it ain't the point - on a cost basis only, none of us would be growing tatties ... What are they, about £4 per 25kg usually.  Taste cr*p though.


spot on mate!

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« Reply #19 on: March 31, 2007, 02:10 »
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It's not the salt I worry about it's the enzymes they use to inhibit staleness.  Bread from the supermarket goes mouldy long before it ever goes dry and even that takes an unnaturally long time to take place.  I have heard that lots of folks that think they are wheat intolerant are actually reacting to the enzymes used in modern day bread making.


My friend and his Mrs are both supposedly wheat intolerant even to the point that she gets prescription food like pasta and other stuff. I wonder if i tell them to give proper bread a try it may help them?

I will tell them. nice one.  :D

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« Reply #20 on: March 31, 2007, 12:26 »
Hope it helps.  Just something I saw on the tv though.



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