Panasonic CROUSTINA - new breadmaker

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Martin Zwick
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Panasonic CROUSTINA - new breadmaker

#1 Post by Martin Zwick » May 17th, 2019, 12:42 am

Today is World Baking Day and by coincidence I found an interesting review of a new breadmaker in the swiss newspaper NZZ yesterday night. I looked for other reviews in Germany and all the experts praised the machine.

Fair to say I have extremely good bakeries around the corner, so there is no need to bake bread by myself. But at my week-end house near Berlin there is no bakery. Here we new kitchen gadget on the shopping list.

BTW, there is a great special feature with this machine, a timer. So you could let the machine bake your bread during the night and in the morning you will wake up with the smell of fresh baked bread. I would say there exist no better smell in the house than the perfume of a woman, fresh brewed coffee or fresh baked bread. [highfive.gif]

NZZ review: ... ld.1482066


P.S. and makes Pizza dough and surprisingly also marmalade
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#2 Post by Victor Hong » May 17th, 2019, 4:06 am

In which order? [wow.gif]


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#3 Post by RichardFlack » May 17th, 2019, 6:22 am

If it also churned butter that’s a great start on breakfast!

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#4 Post by geoffpm » May 20th, 2019, 6:50 am

Interesting, I am all in favor of technology for cooking but unitaskers are less interesting. Especially when you can make no knead bread as easily. I urge you to watch Mark Bittman's NYT video with Creator of no knead -
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