Reviews and Problems with Oster 58-Minute Expressbake
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Will eventually leak grease on your dough.
bargain hunter, Amazon
24 October 2015
Summary: Don't buy this if you plan to use it past its warranty. I bought this to basically just make dough in and cook my bread in the oven. It's fast, easy lightweight and doesn't take up too much room.
Summary: Not all bread makers work the same, I have tried a few from local thrift stores to get a feel for them. Some brands / models seem to only make darker crusts. One I just trashed, always had to get the crust dark to get the bread done in the middle.
Summary: This is an update of a prior review. First off, this is a great bread maker. Can't say enough good about it. My prior issues were with my attempts to get a second bread pan. The bread maker I received had a "rectangular" connector and the pan did as well.
Summary: I can't believe I am just getting around to writing a review of this bread machine. I received this as a gift from my father, who had bought it refurbished for next to nothing in 1999 (according to its production stamp).
Summary: Very happy with the Oster, it does what it's supposed to do without a problem, even for us few who can't eat gluten. This is the healthiest gluten free recipe I know: no grains except rice, and no "gums" to bind the dough. A dead simple recipes, great result, with minimum effort!
Summary: Is this normal, after 1.5 hours? I Followed the instructions in the manual and this is the result...with a little over 1.5 hrs left, at this stage, I'm assuming we won't get anything more, unless there's a miracle? I'm not impressed at all so far. Pretty sure it's going back to the factory.
Summary: My husband and I got a Breadman TR2200 when we got married as a wedding gift and I adored it. It lasted 10 years before a part broke, leaving me in the market for a new machine. I would have loved to buy an expensive one but the budget doesn't allow for that.
Summary: Great buy for the price. The only problem I've had (a complete newbie to bread-making) is that many of the recipes (from the book included as well as other books) make bread that grows to big for the top to brown/cook well.
Summary: I had an expensive bread making machine a few years ago and despite my efforts the bread did not come out well most of the time and the clean up was a pain. Recently, I decided to try eating more natural foods i.e. foods without preservatives etc.