Lidl Silvercrest bread maker SBB 850 E1 review
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The Lidl Silvercrest bread maker costs just £50 but has the sort of extras you would expect on a premium model, such as a viewing window and 16 pre-set programs. Two kneading paddles should help ensure even mixing, and the 'super rapid' setting should get bread on the table more quickly. We tried it out to see if it can make tasty white and wholemeal loaves. Find out if this cheap bread maker rises to the challenge.
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