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Lekue Bread Maker

This flexible silicone bowl is quite possibly the most affordable, most versatile, most practical, and easiest to store bread, making machine youŽll find. The innovative Silicone Bread Maker by Lekue allows you to measure, mix, knead, and bake real homemade, crusty and golden bread, all in one single container. When ready to bake, simply fold the bowl into a partially closed shape(to help shape the bread), place it in the oven, and then remove your perfectly shaped loaf! After use, free your valuable kitchen counter space by storing the soft and flexible bowl in a cupboard or drawer. Includes easy recipes on how to bake traditional homemade bread. watch the video

Available for purchase in Europe here

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The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

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