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Back in the 70's Pyrex made these bread tubes popular. However, not many cooks could make great bread, and the tubes were eventually put away on shelves, only to appear now in estate sales, thrift shops, and yard sales. BUT, now we have bread machines and anybody can make a good dough. So, these tubes are becoming popular one more time. This tube doesn't come with the box, but who needs the box anyway? It's simple to use. Grease the inside from end to end. Make your dough and roll it into about an 8 or 9 in. roll. Take a 20 in. length of wax paper and fold it in thirds lengthwise. Place the roll of dough on the wax paper (toward one end) and then pull the other end of the paper through the tube. When the roll of dough is where you want it (filling the middle of the tube) roll the tube over so the dough is on the bottom and the wax paper on top; this releases the waxed paper and you can pull it out. Place the glass tube in its little stand. As you let the bread rise, it will fill the tube and maybe even stick out the ends. When the bread has gone through its rising process, bake it in the oven according to your bread recipe. When the bread is done, immediately remove the bread from the metal stand and then from the tube and let it rest on a wire rack. This makes fantastic, fun bread loaves. I've made white bread, raisin bread, and cinnamon bread with mine. There are tons of breads you can make in this tube - just don't make anything sugary as it will stick to the tube and the bread won't come out. It's perfect every time!! I found two of these glass tubes at an estate sale. One is for sale and one is to replace my broken one. I was lost when I broke mine; now I've found my way again!!!!