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SOURCE: Linda Rehberg on *P - ID #GNJX21A. Note on Foods BB - Breads by Machine - dated 12/20/93 to Ursula R. Taylor. You should be able to convert dog biscuit recipes to your bread machine. If you have a 1 1/2 lb. machine, use about 1 cup liquid (eggs count as a scant 1/4 cup liquid) and a total of 3 cups of dry ingredients (flour and grains). If the mixture is too stiff for your machine to mix easily, add 1 to 2 tbsp. more liquid. Hope this helps. This note was formated by Ursula R. Taylor...Note from Ursula - using this method - use only dough cycle, then remove and roll or pat dough out and bake in the oven.... Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V3 #324 Date: Tue, 26 Nov 1996 12:03:46 -0800 From: Tonya
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