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Old 21-11-2004, 01:39 AM
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Default Dry milk

I know this should be used when one is useing the timer on a bread machine.
None of my recipes that came with this unit that offers plain milk in their
recipes mention that it could be replaced with dry milk, except for that one
page and the timer. Can dry milk be used in place of milk during the normal
procedure? If so, what is the ratio? Thanks

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Old 21-11-2004, 01:50 AM
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"Harri85274" wrote in message
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I know this should be used when one is useing the timer on a bread

machine.
None of my recipes that came with this unit that offers plain milk in

their
recipes mention that it could be replaced with dry milk, except for that

one
page and the timer. Can dry milk be used in place of milk during the

normal
procedure? If so, what is the ratio? Thanks


If you look on the box of milk powder, it will tell you how much powder is
needed for a cup of milk. You can do the math for your recipe.


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