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  • Commercial grade, heavy gauge loaf pan with cover; 9 x 4 x 4 inch
  • Made of aluminized steel; corrugation provides even cooking, extra strength
  • Coated with Americoat; silicone coating on top and bottom; non-stick surface
  • Americoat is environmentally friendly; does not contain PTFE’s or PFOA’s; silicone is a natural substance
  • Made in USA by American Pan in Pittsburg, PA; largest worldwide manufacturer of commercial bakeware


The USA Pans Pullman Loaf Pan & Cover is constructed of aluminized steel, the material of choice for commercial bakeries. Loaf Pan measures 9 x 4 x 4 inch. The size and design of the Pullman pan makes it ideal for making squared bread loaves and brioche. The metal thickness of this pan has been selected to allow for even heat distribution and maximum service life. An important and unique feature of this pan is its corrugated design. Corrugation maximizes the pans strength and prevents warping, denting and other effects of everyday use. Plus, it also minimizes surface contact which translates into evenly baked products that are easily released. No need for messy and unhealthy oil and grease. This pan is coated with Americoat. Americoat is a proprietary silicone coating. It provides a clear, non-stick, environmentally friendly, non-toxic baking surface, specially formulated for superior baking. It’s FDA approved; it does not contain PTFE’s or PFOA’s. It is not recommended to exceed bakin

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Tips for the Bread Machine

Tips for the Bread Machine

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Tips for the Bread Machine

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