I bought traditional yeast before reading the directions for my new breadmaker that says I'm supposed to use breadmaker yeast, or fast-acting yeast. Can I get by with the traditional yeast? if so, how?
posted by lizbunny
on Sep 14, 2011 -
I've never used a breadmaker, so I couldn't resist the $6 Oster breadmaker at the thrift store today. I called the toll free number on the sticker, and found out it is complete (the only part is the breadpan) and 12 years old. The manual might not arrive for 4 to 6 weeks, and I'm dying to it out! Can anyone give brief me on how to work it, and give me their favorite raisin bread recipe? Thanks for your time!
posted by hollyanderbody
on Jul 3, 2009 -