Includes instruction and recipe book. The recipe nets four loaves of bread at a time.
A reproduction is similar to the vintage bread dough buckets such as the Camco and Mirror Bread Dough Makers.
The bowl is made from a stainless steel mixing bowl. The round bottom contours better to the dough hook than the flat bottom aluminum or galvanized buckets used on the vintage models. This design picks up the dry material quicker to make the dough ball.
Hand Crank Bread Dough Makers were a popular bread machine before electricity and even up until the 70s.
8 qt stainless steel bowl and dough hook to replace the original aluminum tub. Yoke and handle are made of cast alloy.
Bowl measures 12" in diameter X 6-1/2" tall.
Positive locking top holds the bowl in place while cranking. The two front ends of the yoke have pegs which fit holes in the bowl rim.
The back handle of the yoke screws down through a hole in the bowl edge much like a woodworkers clamp.
USA Made top (Mixing bowl is imported).
Just like they use to do when making large stiff batches of dough, cradle the bowl with one arm wrapped around holding on to the handle while you crank with the other hand. You can click on the link below to see a picture of a lady using the EZ DOH mixer in this manner.
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