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mwright
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Posted Thu Oct 11, 2012, 10:03am
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I am looking to add a thermometer to my bread machine and I am looking at a couple different types.  Of the two below would one work better than the other?  I will drill a hole through the bread maker to get the tip into the bean mass above the paddle.

Click Here (www.amazon.com)

Click Here (www.sweetmarias.com)


Thanks for any help.  I have been going by sight and sound and I am just wanting a little more info about where I am to make things more repeatable/accurate.  I am not sure how accurate either of these would be as far as actual bean temp but I would think it would have to at least help.
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Posted Thu Oct 11, 2012, 11:05am
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I have the one which you show from Sweet Marias.

I think Tom is a nice guy and all but we need to keep him honest. I got mine from Circuit Specialists.

Check link: http://www.circuitspecialists.com/test-equipment

After clicking on the link you may have to type thermometer in the search box.

In fairness to Tom, maybe he has to pay that price and he does need to make a profit.

Phil

mwright Said:

I am looking to add a thermometer to my bread machine and I am looking at a couple different types.  Of the two below would one work better than the other?  I will drill a hole through the bread maker to get the tip into the bean mass above the paddle.

Click Here (www.amazon.com)

Click Here (www.sweetmarias.com)


Thanks for any help.  I have been going by sight and sound and I am just wanting a little more info about where I am to make things more repeatable/accurate.  I am not sure how accurate either of these would be as far as actual bean temp but I would think it would have to at least help.

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Posted Thu Oct 11, 2012, 12:48pm
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