"Hi Brad We have been struggling to find the right roasting method. We have tried coffee roasters and convection ovens. We like the idea of the convection ovens but have had too much temperature fluctuation with the ovens we have tried.…"
"Thanks for the info
Yes the turbo seem to be a good oven and they do heat up fast. I've used them before in a couple of restaurants I've worked at. The fan was a little over powering as it would blow the tops off some of my macaroons and…"
I recommended, for a client, a Moffat Turbofan D25. The D25 (not sure about the (D24) can be plumbed so you can inject steam into the cavity during roasting. Salmonella (in particular) can survive longer in dry environments than they can…"
"Yes! I thought I might give it a second look if it could roast 30kg batches I'm using a fan oven with perforated trays and a Behmor 1600 at this time... and both are working well for me so far.
We are looking at getting a turbofan to start with…"
In several other posts I write that a special roaster is a waste of money. We use a convection oven with perforated trays, have been doing it now for several years, and have developed a very significant following of religously loyal…"
"They are still offering them, the control is for if you need to change to single phase power. Do you think the price of their control panels for both the roaster and grinders are a bit high?.
I guess if you are in New Zealand like myself and you add…"
You are right. I was hurried and misread the page. It's $4835 for about 13kg - but an extra $1350 for a control panel?
These are built to order and it says that they reserve the right to make changes (including the oven), so I…"
Tempering chocolate for the first time... watching the silky mixture cool on the marble slab while slowly working in the chocolate to make the most delicious bars ever! It was akin to a religious experience...
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