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Win A Zojirushi Bread Machine

513 Comments 07 December 2010

 
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Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme Breadmaker

***SORRY! THIS CONTEST IS NOW OVER***

I’m SO excited!!!!  Raise your hand if you want to win a brand new Zojirushi Breadmaker
bread machine with a gluten-free bread setting!  Zojirushi (try saying that three times fast) has generously offered to give away one of these lux machines to one of my lovely readers.

Here are a few amazing deets:

Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme
Available in White and Black
MSRP $281.00
Bakes a traditional rectangular 2lb loaf
Dual kneading blades knead dough thoroughly
Make pizza dough, cakes, breads, meatloaf and JAM with easy to follow directions.
Home made menu allows user to make adjustments to baking
Non-stick pan for easy clean up!

And their motto is: Quality and reliability = Zojirushi

Evidently, the Zojirushi’s exclusive Home Made Menu function allows adjustments to the knead, rise and bake time for added versatility when baking gluten-free bread.


But wait! That’s not all! The winner will also receive a copy of …
Gluten Free Book
Gluten-Free Baking Classics for the Bread Machine by Annalise G. Roberts

And this makes perfect sense since Gluten-Free Baking Classics for the Bread Machine suggests you use a Zojirushi! Whoo Hoo!

But wait!!! There’s more…

Three additional people will be chosen to win a copy of this book too! Whooo Hooo! 

I think my voice is getting hoarse.

So, here’s the deal:

To be eligible to win just post a comment and talk to us about bread. Maybe tell us about your favorite type of bread, why you would like a bread machine or link to your favorite bread recipe online. Whatever works for  you. The winners will be chosen by random and the contest will end next Tuesday, December 14th at midnight. I’ll announce the winners on Wednesday the 15th.  See you in the comments section!

*Prizes must be claimed by January 7th, 2011. Prizes will not be available after claim date of January 7th, 2011.

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513 Comments so far

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    Joan A. Kugler says:

    Since being diagnosed with celiac I have been making bread in my old bread machine which does not have a GF cycle and therefore makes pretty dense bread. I would love to have a machine which has a GF cycle. Than would be so super.

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      Mariel Celentano says:

      I became gluten free this summer and it’s been hard to adjust – especially since I am in college and have time and money constraints. A bread maker would be great! I really like Pamela’s bread mix, but I would like to try some homemade recipes, which would be easier to try out with a bread machine. This machine would be very helpful for a college student!

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    SueZboss says:

    I would love to win a bread machine- to be able to make a really good cinimon raisin bread! YUM!!! a nice hot-fresh-baked bread would be awesome!! 🙂

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    Kim Watts says:

    I would love to win the Zojirushi bread machine or cookbook. It sounds like an AMAZING product. I have tried to bake bread but it ended up looking like my 7 year old jumped a million times in front of the oven and it came out looking flat and weighing 1000 pounds. I kind of gave up on bread. I am not one of those people that have a lot of time to be in the kitchen and a bread machine would save a lot of time. Zojirushi.com does have some interesting recipes for their bread machine and I would like to see how Bisquick works in a bread machine.

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    Marian says:

    How I would love to win a bread machine. I’ve never been comfortable baking bread, so a friend offered to lend me her machine telling me how easy it was. Big mistake, I was told by my wonderful support group, because she had used the machine to bake wheat bread in it. The first thing I would make is pizza. I really miss authentic-tasting pizza.

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    My favorite bread for sandwiches is pumpernickel. I am sure I could find a great pumpernickel recipe to use in the Zojirushi bread machine. It would be fun to try it, among other recipes! Thanks!

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    Reba says:

    Oh wow, now this I can actually use. This would make a great Xmas gift….for myself!! I’ve just had to dump my favorite GF bread because I have to now avoid egg and dairy too. (seriously not fun) I’ve been trying to bake GF CF EF bread from scratch for the past couple of weeks, and this bread machine would seriously help me out. Thanks for doing this!

    My fav bread is a French country bread with a crust that is truly croustillant. But I love to play with differently types of GF flours, and especially additives like dried fruits, nuts, herbs and spices.

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    Paulette says:

    I’ve been teaching my 8yr old son about cooking and baking gluten free since I was diagnosed 4 years ago. Now everywhere we go he is aware of what mommy can and cannot eat and will double check ingrediants for me. He and I love baking and one of our favorite things to do is make homemade gluten free pizza for Friday movie night. This bread machine would be great to double as a bread lifesaver as well as for a quick and easy pizza dough! We appreciate your generosity!

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    SueV says:

    What a great idea to share your good fortune.
    I didn’t even know there was a machine to make better GF bread.
    Thanks!!!!

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    Judi Silva says:

    Hi Celiac Chicks,

    I actually don’t have a bread maker at all. Having one would make things so much easier for me, as I could make my own GF bread instead of always buying it at the store. Thank you. Love your blog by the way! Keep up the great job!

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    Andrea Anaki says:

    what i wouldn’t do to be able to make a challah for my 2 boys!!! i have heard so many horror stories of people trying to make gf challah that come out like a hockey puck, that i just gave up before even trying…but i machine that could do it all….that would be fantastic…plus inspiring enough to get me embrace baking!

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    Margaret says:

    A bread machine?! Oh, that would be awesome! I was diagnosed in 1980 but it took until just a few years ago for me to understand what it truly meant and to start following a true gluten free diet. I have been using Better Batter flour for three years and I just love the cinnamon rolls and brownies I can make with it. But a loaf of bread is a different story. I still have not perfected a loaf of bread. Sandwiches are a thing of the past and a hope for the future. I would love to have a good grilled sandwich!

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    Fussersmom says:

    Newly diagnosed as gluten intolerant and having a difficult time cooking meals that the whole family will eat. Bread is huge. No one likes “hockey puck” bread. This one expensive learning curve.
    Thank goodness for the internet and helpful posts!

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    I have tried making gluten free bread several times by hand and have felt somewhat discouraged. It would be nice to use a bread machine that is good specifically for gluten free bread. I really love warm bread!

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    Kim Brosam says:

    This would be perfect for my mother. She and I are newly diagnosed celiacs and are fearful to make bread because of the stories that we have heard about the gf bread density. This would help us overcome our fear of trying to bake gf bread and give us more confidence. Thank you for such a wonderful offer and opportunity.

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    Kelly says:

    A little over a year ago my son was diagnosed with Celiac at the age of 14 months. What do you feed a toddler if they can’t have wheat, was my first question. Now we’re getting the hang of it and I’ve attempted to bake a variety of gluten free bread just in the over…banana, pumpkin, I even tried peanut flour but ended up with a gob of moosh even after it was cooked. Now my 4 year old daughter is being tested. What’s her favorite food? Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (and not on $7 a loaf, store bought, hard as a rock, frozen, toasted, gluten free bread). Can you blame her? I would love to win this bread maker so I can make bread the whole family is willing to eat and that is also safe for my young children. Thanks for this opportunity!

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    Julie Moon says:

    I would love the bread maker because I certainly have no clue how to bake bread on my own! 🙂 I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 2 years ago then with celiacs a year later!! Double whamie!!! I hate them both!
    I had Udi’s bread for the first time about 2 months ago, made a pb&j and cried…………..IT WAS THAT GOOD!
    I would love to be able to make bread like that myself!!! YEAH!!!

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    zeena janowsky says:

    Breeead! Bring it back, bring it on, send me that gadget and I’ll send you all back breeeead!

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    David Kline says:

    We love fresh, hot bread and we do not have a bread machine. What a wonderful Christmas this would be for us to win this fantastic machine!

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    Tracy says:

    The first thing I would like to try is an orange bread I used to make in a bread machine, prior to being diagnosed. It called for orange juice concentrate in the ingredients. it made a great breakfast bread…

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    Michelle N says:

    Thank you SOOO much for this opportunity! Within the last year, 2 of my 3 kids have been confirmed by biopsy Celiac Disease. I had never heard of it before this, and BOOM! I began learning EVERYTHING I could about the disease. I was, however, scared to cook from “scratch”. I was willing to buy the boxed mixes etc, but too scared to try baking on my own. Now, one of the 2 kids has to be dairy free as well. That makes things even a bit more difficult! So I began by trying rolls, using the the old fashioned by hand method. I have thrown out many batches, as they came out like bricks. I have worked and worked, spent a ton of money on GF flour (using Pamala’s that has a good taste)but can not get it right. How wonderful it would be to have a dedicated GF bread machine to make a bread for my girls that might be “close” to the “old days” They would be thrilled to have a safe, and satisfying bread! And I, well, would feel like SuperMom–helping them navigate through their new lifelong hurdles. Thank you again for the chance to help me help them!

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    Sue Ripper says:

    I’d LOVE to toss my old bread maker and get a Zo! The one thing missing in my gf life is homemade bread on a regular basis. I get such iffy results with the one I use now that I hesitate to use it all any more. Thanks for the chance!

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    Kim Ullner says:

    How generous of you to share! Thanks for the opportunity — how much fun it would be to win and make lots of new things with that great looking machine. Thanks again.

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    Teresa Andrasik says:

    I love my older model Zojirushi machine, and could sure use the newer model! My favorite bread mix is from Bob’s Red Mill. I like to add my own touch to this mix with spices and bits of vegetables. Thanks for thinking of us gf breadbakers! GF in Souther Maryland. Special Diet Support Group of St. Mary’s Hospital meets the first Thursday of each month in the hospital’s classroom.

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    Clare says:

    It would be great to have a breadmachine. My teenage son has celiac and can go through several loaves of bread a week. He loves to cook so he could save money and make great bread!

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    Molly says:

    Oh, bread. How I love you. I miss sourdough the most currently; with its crunchy/crispy outside and its doughy inside. Perfect for sopping up soup on a cold winter day!

    I have had so many gluten free breads, and I will admit that many are good and even come close to the real thing. I still haven’t found a bread that gets the crunchy outside and doughy inside. I’ve also tried making my own, but they always turn out more like a dessert bread than one that I would eat with a sandwich or soup.

    I miss bread!

  26. 26
     
    Leslie says:

    I love banana bread. It is one of the things that I have missed since being diagnosed. I am still trying to find a way to do it gluten-free, but have yet to find a way to make it the way I remember it…oh bread, how I miss you 🙁

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    Justin G. says:

    I would love to have fresh baked bread in the mornings. Frozen bread heated up in a toaster is what I’ve got now. It serves its purpose, but it brings no joy to my life. Fresh baked bread in the morning would bring joy…

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    Marla says:

    I have 2 children, a 12 year old boy and 9 year old girl, and both were diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2009. It has been a struggle to say the least but we are finding everyday to be easier. We have turned our entire house into a GF home so my children can eat whatever they see in the pantry and refridgerator. We have tried a lot of breads and know that if we were to win this both my kids would love to make their own. Thank you and have the happiest holiday season!!

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    Cathy Stevenson says:

    Hot, warm, fresh bread again? Wow! It is impressive just to think a company makes a machine just for us! Sure, I can buy frozen white bread at the store, but how about pumpernickle, onion, cinnamon? Yum, I can smell it baking now! Newly diagnosed; stumbling upon your blog; with other allergies; I see a bright future out there beyond bland.

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    Julianne Karow says:

    My husband is the celiac and bread has been the hardest obstacle for him. I know if we had a bread machine where I could make the bread, it would be benifical for him. He would love to enjoy an egg salad sandwich on homemade white bread.
    Thank you,
    Julianne

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    Lacie Harris says:

    OMG!!! I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a bread machine with a GF setting…that rocks!
    So, my lil sob story is that I was diagnosed about 3 yrs ago and am just now lately getting to see that I can actually eat yummy stuff too! Been baking a ton lately but have never had the “balls” to try bread. I have been married a little over a year now and we are still in the “newlywed poor” stage. (when does this end by the way???) So I can only buy the $7.95 GF bread once in a blue moon for a special treat.
    Oh, did I mention that I was an Italian girl? Being able to bring a fresh loaf of secret GF bread to my moms for a family dinner and having everyone enjoy it would be icing on the cake!
    Thanks for the chance to win something like this!!! Visiting your site for the first time…(It is now in my favorites.) I learned about you from a new GF cook book I got “Gloriously Gluten-free” by Venessa Maltin.
    Power to the bread!!!

  32. 32
     
    nandi says:

    A bread machine would be totally awesome for making healthy, fresh, and innovative gf bread recipes. this machine looks really cutting edge and would be perfect for experimenting with new recipes!

  33. 33
     
    Sandra Montoya says:

    I’m Grandma Sandy to 17 year old Hannah who
    suffers from Celiac & Type 1 Diabetes! This bread machine
    Would be a dream come true. It is hard for a teenager
    to feel normal at school with a sandwich that looks and tastes like a piece of wood! Hannah has siblings and she
    Is tge only one different. With this she could have easy and delicious pizza dough and bread!!!! Thank you.

  34. 34
     
    Mike says:

    Hi. My family is newly converted to GF eating. Our daughter was just diagnosed with gluten intolerance (also dairy and egg) the week before Thanksgiving. For the last few weeks my wife and I have been heavily reading and researching all we can on GF diets, making all the necessary adjustments. Grocery shopping now takes several hours due to having to read all the labels! It just amazes me that gluten can be found in so many products. One would think that with so many people being diagnosed as Celiac and gluten intolerant that there would be more choices for consumers to choose from in most normal grocery stores and at more reasonable prices. It also seems to me that when someone starts a GF diet they must give up a lot of foods that most people take for granted, like bagels, rolls and bread. In the last three weeks I have tried a dozen different recipes either from box or scratch and can’t seem to come up with one that isn’t 15 lbs, dark, hard and generally brick like. I have bought tapioca bread that is like a sponge, corn that is crumbly and others that are just darn gritty. Some recipes look sooo good, but just don’t pan out when we try them. Any ways, if there is a good recipe, and a good way, to make a decent loaf of bread I would like to know the secret. Thanks for having a good site where those of us who need information can find it. Reagrds.

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    Vickie Loemker says:

    I used to make bread using my mom’s favorite recipes. Since my husband and son have been found ot be gluten intolerant, I’ve become the “quick bread queen”. I do love muffins, scones, and corn bread, but it would be lovely to get back into my yeast bread favorites. A bread machine with a GF setting woudl be awesome!

  36. 36
     
    Barbara says:

    We love good bread and would love to try making it in a Zo….we hear that this is the absolute best bread maker around. I need all of the help I can get!

  37. 37
     
    Dana Bee says:

    I own a small gf bakery/ allergy consulting biz. While my desserts are fantasic with everything from cream puffs to walnut pie to simple chocolate chunk cookies….
    Everyone wants BREAD!
    Love your site!

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    Linda says:

    I would love to make home made bread for my kids in a Zo!

  39. 39
     
    jennifer says:

    I love to eat bread and would love to make it so far I dont have a bread maker I love to have one I need all the help I can get now in this time of my life

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    briansb says:

    As a busy male, a bread machine would be very
    helpful. I know I’d be more inclined to make my own bread regularly. Now I have to find the time to make it, wait for it to rise the for it to bake. Sure the oven shuts off on its own, but it is far to warm. There is nothing like fresh, warm bread. This would be a great prize.

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    Pat says:

    I love fresh bread, but, with my wife and I being as busy as we are, we can’t take the time to make our own. Growing up oldest of 14 kids, we made 5 loaves every other day. We never had stale bread. I am sure our guests at The Bonny Peacock BnB would love fresh bread with their breakfast also.

  42. 42
     
    Kit Kellison says:

    Bread, the staff of life. I haven’t even tried to make it at home since my first pitiful attempts after my celiac diagnosis.

    The first one was as dense as a rock thrown in the sea. The second had such big air holes that it got all dried out.

    Yes, a bread machine would bring back that wonderful bread-baking aroma into my home if not the kneading and punching down that I could, frankly, live without.

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    maureen says:

    I just found out that I had Celiacs about 8 months ago. It has been a tough struggle up-hill and in the snow barefoot!!!!! I finally found a great bread recipe from Blackbird Bakery…it is her Buttermilk Sandwich Bread. I had her email me the recipe and it’s really delicious. She has a cookbook that just came out and there are a ton of amazing recipes in it for sweets to breads!

    http://blackbird-bakery.com/

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    Brenda Seader says:

    My old bread machine finally gave up! I’d love to have this machine–I’ve heard a lot about what great bread it makes!

  45. 45
     
    Ayn says:

    Oh, my, the best bread machine for gluten free bread would be amazing! In addition to being celiac, I also struggle with an immune deficiency disease, which makes it hard for me to keep bread in the house – baking from scratch is tough when I have pneumonia. There are half a dozen bread recipes that I’d like to try, though I have my one special one I prefer for everyday sandwiches. (I can share the recipe with individuals, but since I don’t know where the recipe originally came from, I don’t want to break copyright laws) Can’t end my note without saying that you’re so kind, Kelli, for offering this bread machine to your readers! Thanks for thinking of us! Cheers ~~ Ayn

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    Sharon says:

    Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh-baked bread and having that first, still-warm slice? I would love to use a new Zojurushi to try new recipes and save energy instead of firing up the oven.

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    samantha says:

    i am in college and am gluten free! buying gluten free bread on my college budget is so expensive! a bread machine would really help bring down the cost of bills 🙂 i do love eating udi’s bread but its a little steap for my budged 🙁

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    Connie Davis says:

    Celiac Chick-a-D seeks a Zojirushi Black and White Bread machine with a Gluten Free setting. I would love to have you sitting on my counter, looking so lovely with your Non Stick Pan and your Dual Kneading Blades! You are Quality and Reliability with your home made menu. So, come on to my house where you will be Well Loved!

  49. 49
     
    Missy says:

    I would love to be able to whip up a yummy loaf of bread with the ease of using a bread machine. Cinnamon raisin bread sounds good right now! Thanks for posting this giveaway!

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    Pat McLean says:

    I’ve been GF for 20+ years. Until recently bread that tasted like I remembered, and also didn’t have to be toasted, so you could use it to make a sandwich the night before for lunch the next day just didn’t exist for me. There are breads now that meet both criteria, I would love to have a good GF bread machine to take advantage of some of the new mixes for these breads.


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