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Bread Maker Manual

Post: #115308 wintersundog
Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:17 pm

Hello Everyone

Can anyone give any help as to where i could find a manual
for a Hinari Homebake 164? , or is it possible to use one without
having the manual? Any tips/clues ?

Thanx in advance

WSD

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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #115314 becks77
Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:34 pm

Hi,
Can't find the manual but it was very easy to use,
have you tried the hinari website and downloaded it,
Good luck,
nothing like fresh bread,yum
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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #115317 McGoohan
Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:50 pm

I don't have that variety, but... I've found they're all pretty much of a muchness. The main difference in BM models is whether you put the water in first or last.

I had one (I forget the make but it had Antony Worrall Thompson's gurning face all over it for some reason). When that bust I got a Panasonic one. I still use AWT's recipes in the new one, even though that was a water first and this one is a water last model.

I've also found there are certain 'classic' recipes that seem to transport well across BMs. The main adjustment IMO is in the amount of water you put in.

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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #115334 MKG
Wed Jul 16, 2008 8:48 pm

Strangely enough, I was looking for a manual just a few days ago - and they're like rocking horse manure. But McGoohan's right - they're basically all the same. So much so that someone produced this ...

http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/breadmachinemanual.htm

Now that's handy!
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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #115717 wintersundog
Fri Jul 18, 2008 4:12 pm

Many thanx for the replies!

Great stuff - esp 'hillybilly housewife'

Thanx a lot :cheers

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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #115752 happy place
Fri Jul 18, 2008 8:40 pm

heres a recipe i use in my machine to great success
625g bread flour
1 3/4 cups of water
2 tea spoons of sugar
3 table spoons of butter/oil
1 1/2 tea spoons salt
1 1/2 tea spoons yeast

method -
put water and oil in
spoon flour on top
sprinkle sugar and salt
make dent in flour put yeast in
on my machine its setting 2(think thats the one for 2lb loaf)


i have great sucess with this but beloved messes it up every time says she can't do it and i make better bread (am i just being suckered)
try hard mean well and never give up

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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #116116 wintersundog
Tue Jul 22, 2008 4:19 pm

Thanx very much

WSD

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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #122009 weatherwax
Tue Sep 02, 2008 7:42 am

If you are still looking for the manual for hinari hb164, i believe the cookworks breadmakers are exactly the same just licensed under a different name (poss even hinari cookworks not sure) i know where there is an equivalent to the hinari hb174 but not sure how different they are
http://www.uglybloke.co.uk/user%20guides/b0906.pdf
have a look at the pics see if they look the same
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Re: Bread Maker Manual

Post: #122124 Thomzo
Tue Sep 02, 2008 8:42 pm

I haven't used the manual for my machine since I got it. Just get yourself a good bread machine recipe book. Or search this site, there are several bread machine recipes around.

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