How To Avoid a Soggy Loaf of Bread

Posted on March 25th, 2011 by Bread making machines in Bread Making Tips

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Once your bread has finished baking in your bread making machine, you should remove it.  Freshly baked bread - bread making machine
bread will still be hot and you should be able to see the steam coming from the bread.  It is this steam which will cause your bread to become soggy instead of dry on the outside.

In order to prevent your bread from becoming soggy, you should remove it from the bread making machine pan as soon as it is done baking.

One other thing to keep in mind, humidity and the temperature of your liquids.  Over heated liquids tend to speed up the yeast action, causing it to rise too quickly only to fall later.  If possible, try to use liquids that are room temperature.                                                           Creative Commons License photo credit: CBJason

Happy baking!!

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