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Artisan Bread Baking A poster on a discussion board I frequent posted a note about a loaf that looked fine until it started to bake, then sagged in the middle of the loaf during baking. The poster was using a bread machine that would bake 2, 2.5 or 3 pound loaves and the effort under discussion was a 3-pound loaf. The question was not only what happened but if it might be related to the size of the loaf — was a 3 pound loaf actually too big for the machine. I’m not an expert on bread machine baking, so I am operating at a disadvantage here. Other responses were to cut the yeast, cut the water, etc. All over the lot; not surprising, since this seemed like such a strange problem.