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There'll come a time when you want to try out other recipes apart from the ones that came with your bread machine. It really isn't that difficult to find hundreds, if not thousands, of recipes; the hard part will be deciding on which ones to try out.

A great place to look for any kind of information is your local library. You'll find books on all aspects off cooking and there's bound to be a couple that contains bread maker recipes. These books will also come with nice glossy pictures of what the bread should look like.

Of course, you can always subscribe to a baking/cooking magazine. This costs money and has the disadvantage that you may not always get a bread machine recipe in every issue, so this isn't such a good option.

Searching online is a great way to find new recipes. Just get on Google and start searching. There's no need to buy any book, especially eBooks; they'll just contain recipes that can be freely and easily obtained on the internet. I've seen this kind of eBook for sale on eBay for around $2. This may sound cheap, but you really will find hundreds of delicious bread machine recipes that are free.

The internet also has baking forums; in fact, there are forums that just deal exclusively with bread makers. These are great places to get information and advice on all aspect of home baking. Don't be shy, join up and post a message on the board. Just say ‘hello’ and tell them you're looking for recipes. If you tell them what make and model of bread machine you have, they'll probably give you recipes they've successfully tried with that machine. The members of these forums are extremely helpful folks who share your interest and passion for home baking.

The internet isn't all good, but getting information is its biggest strength. If you search long enough you'll find enough bread machine recipes to keep you going for a very long time.

Of course the best place to find recipes for your bread machine is by making them yourself. These machines are not only easy to use, they're fun. Be a little adventurous and try out some combinations of your own. Who knows, after a while you may have enough of your own creations to package and sell on eBay for $2 a pop.

Follow the links for bread machine recipes as well as bread machine ratings on leading makes like the Sunbeam bread machine .

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