i have made two loaves of bread with my new Kambrook and both have been failures. I bought new flour and also new Yeast. It was not until I got home I saw that the yeast expires on the 17 April but surely it should still be ok. I have put the ingredients in exactly as the book says. My last breadmaker would take about 3 hours to bake a loaf and this seems to take 1.5 hours so perhaps this could be the reason. Can you help

Asked by Vonny Vercoe on 03/01/2015 3  Answers

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