High Range,,, OR,,, Low Range??
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    High Range,,, OR,,, Low Range??

    This is a question for all that own a 2 range machine,,,

    Should I use high range,,, or, low range,,,, Hmmmmmm,,,



    I know this is not a tractor,,, this is the cooking forum!!

    The bread tastes the same whether my wife uses high range or low range,,,

    The machine is straight gear drive,,, no Power Reverser,, or EHydro pedal,,,

    I have seen smaller transmissions in lawn tractors

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    low range
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    I vote LOW RANGE, probably easier on the mixer too.
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    My KitchenAid mixer says to use speed 2, not 1, not 3-10, only speed 2 for dough.
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    Let me check

    I think the best test is how the bread turns out. If you will do a loaf each way and send them to me, I'll let you know if I can tell the difference! Repeat as necessary

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    That's it. I'm painting the kitchenaid green with yellow flames!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonton View Post
    That's it. I'm painting the kitchenaid green with yellow flames!
    I ain't gonna say which one got flames first,,,,,



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