bread maker in mumbai - will it work out?
July 31, 2014 3:53 PM Subscribe
I'm thinking of taking a bread maker as a gift for a family that I'll be visiting in Mumbai, India. What potential problems might I be overlooking?
posted by metadave to Travel & Transportation around Mumbai, India (13 answers total)
I'm thinking of taking a bread maker as a gift for a family that I'll be visiting in Mumbai, India. Can anyone tell me how hard it will be to get ingredients locally? The specific ingredients that I am most concerned about are: bread flour, dry milk, dry yeast.
I know 220V power will be an issue as well so I plan to either include an adapter with the bread maker or, if possible, buy one that works with 220V and has the right kind of plug. If I go with the 220V bread maker I could buy it in Mumbai but I don't know if these things are even sold there.
Thank you for any feedback on either of these concerns.