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    Senior Member JaneV2.0's Avatar
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    We've always had well-stocked and numerous thrift stores. Maybe that's changed since so much shopping is done on-line.

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    FrugalFitMom on youtube has a cheap, no knead bread she makes. We've been using the recipe for a while. I like it better than my significant other, but we both like it well enough.

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    I have had a bread machine for the past five years and use it religiously. I got both at a thrift store (Savers, Goodwill), for around $20 each. I Googled the make/model for each and downloaded the user manual and recipe booklet. Both have been fantastic! I got rid of the first one when the bread pan's coating wore out and the manufacturer said they no longer made pans for that model (Zojirushi, an excellent brand). I make whole wheat, high-fiber bread for myself, and gluten-free bread for DH. We are both very happy with the results and love the smell of the house when the bread is baking. It's very convenient, doesn't take too much time to do, and is a very wholesome, nurturing activity. Highly recommended!

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    I have a loaf of whole wheat quick bread coming out of the oven in about 5 minutes. Yum!
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