Morphy Richards Multi-use Fastbake Bread Maker 48281 review
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You can do bake much more than plain white loaves in the Morphy Richards Multi-use Fastbake Bread Maker 48281 : it can make speciality breads, doughs, jams and cakes. Its Fastbake program can turn out a loaf in under an hour, but is this bread maker simple to use and easy to clean? Read our expert review to find out.
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