It doesn't get any better than this. It is really nice that the Ready Store is thinking things up like this. Use this mix with a bread machine, just add yeast. If you purchase one of the solar generators, then you don't have to work hard at all to make bread in an emergency situation.
Great value as compared to store bought mixes. Used a Zojirushi BBCC x20 bread machine and a half recipe from the instructions on the can. Added 1 teaspoon salt and 1 tablespoon more honey for second run, whole wheat setting and medium crust. Made a beautiful full loaf! Wanted you to know it does work in bread machine too.
a great amount of bread mix
whole wheat bread mix that comes in a great quantity. perfect for storage. all you need is the bread maker machine then the rest is easy. great price as well.
Tastes great and healthy
This product is amazing it tastes great and is very healthy more than any you can buy at the gro. store. My family is now requesting bread every evening meal. I am so glad the ready store has such a healthy product.
Highly nutritional wheat bread mix!
I like the convenience of the mix that really only needs leavening and water to complete the recipe. That it can be used in my breadmaking machine is a plus along with the high nutritionl value of the product.
It says 45 servings, What does that equal? How many normal average size loaves will one can make?
From The Ready Store:
This can will make 4 loaves with each loaf yielding 11-12 good slices of bread or 45 total slices. Hope that helps!
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If you have a bread machine, all you need to do is add this mix and you are basically done. A great idea!
Gloriously expensive failure – from an experienced baker
I recently purchased the Bread Making ReadyPack - SKU: FD0432. I’ve been making bread for many years both traditionally using my oven and using my Zojirushi BB-PAC20 Home Bakery Virtuoso. I made several batches of white, wheat, and sourdough bread using this product following the printed instructions to the letter. The resulting breads were very flat, highly dense, and tiny for a five-cups-of-flour loaf of bread. I’ve always gotten large two pound loaves of bread using just three cups of any type of flour, so this product is definitely a disappointment when following the instructions. Reducing the water content did modestly reduce the “dimple” in the top but didn’t help with the low-rise
problem at all. Is there something wrong with either the mix or the instructions? Has any of the Ready Store staff actually attempted to bake bread using this product? If so, how did they fix the low rise (almost no rise) problem? As it is right now the Saratoga Farms bread mixes are pretty much a complete failure. I’m hopeful the Ready Store will eventually come up with a solution, but in the meantime I suggest storing and using regular bread flour until it’s widely and proudly announced the many problems with this product are corrected.
From The Ready Store:
While the Saratoga Farms bread making recipes may not rise as much as other recipes, we are very pleased with the quality of our 20 year shelf life breads. Actual images of the bread mixes baked per instructions are in the product images above. We did give this customer a full refund on product he was dissatisfied with. The Ready Store works hard to keep customers happy and to keep long term relationships.