I am still looking for used and reasonably priced used equipment for making candy- guitar cutter and maybe a melter. I have not made any profit yet from my candy, and think it may be due to my various shapes, and indecision about streamlining my process. I usually spend all night trying to make beautiful candy, and it comes out mediocre, and I fell it would not sell.
I hope a guitar might save me time and stress and make my candy uniform.
If you know anything, let me know.
Very good videos, I am confident it will work.
But, if you don't mind one more question: I am doing mostly cutting(firm) ganache, for square candies. What is the best proportion of chocolate and cream for firm ganache? I do 1/4 cream to 3/3 chocolate. I am worried that if I put more cream, it will be hard to cut and coat in room temperature.
What is your opinion?
Thank you for your help.
Thanks for all the advice. I am totally new and just beginning. But with no much money so a solucion for a guitar will be more then great. I will buy tomorrow the cutting in tool and a plastic quilting ruler, but with what kind of knife must I cut the ganache ? Must it be warm, cold or how can I cut it the best way ?
Thank you very much, so smart to think of something like this.
I only need to buy the ruler still.
I have a question, do someone know the JKV machines? are they good ? And the Selmi one machines ?
Is there a cheap solucion for a vibrating table ?
Thank you, it is sure a good solucion.
Thank you very much.
I would like to know if someone has the water tempering machine TF20 DR520241.
Is it a good machine ?
Could you advice me this machine ?