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Lidl is selling a cheap £50 bread maker: should you buy it?

Lidl is selling a cheap £50 bread maker: should you buy it?

First look at the Lidl Silvercrest bread maker. It's available in stores from 22 March and costs just £50, but can it make great bread?

Coffee machine, bread maker and slow cooker deals in Lidl this week

Coffee machine, bread maker and slow cooker deals in Lidl this week

Lidl’s kitchen essentials sale kicks off on Thursday 19 September and it includes a Dolce Gusto pod machine and Russell Hobbs bread maker. We reveal if these deals are worth snapping up.

Amazon Prime Day 2019: best kitchen and home appliance deals

Amazon Prime Day 2019: best kitchen and home appliance deals

We've scoured the deals on popular kitchen appliances and vacuum cleaners on Amazon Prime Day 2019 to uncover the ones that represent a genuine saving - and the ones to avoid. Get the Which? expert guide to the deals.

Best way to store fresh bread at home revealed

Best way to store fresh bread at home revealed

We put popular home bread storage methods to the test to find out which ones keep your loaves fresh for longer. Find out how to store your homemade bread to keep it soft and tasty and avoid stale or mouldy loaves.

Panasonic Croustina bread maker: can it rival bakery loaves?

Panasonic Croustina bread maker: can it rival bakery loaves?

We've tried out the Panasonic Croustina bread maker, which is designed to make hard-crust loaves, just like your local bakery. Get our verdict on this and the cheaper Morphy Richards HomeBake bread maker.

Best bread makers for 2018

Best bread makers for 2018

Which? reveals the best bread makers to buy in 2018, from a test of more than 15 popular models. Bread makers from Panasonic, Lakeland, Sage, Kenwood and more put to the test.

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