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Airbrush

Started this discussion. Last reply by KREBS Chocolate sprayer Jul 23. 3 Replies

Hi all,I'm trying to buy airbrush to spray cocoa butter into molds.When I looked on line I found the airbrush come with different noodles nozzle from 2mm 5mm........Which air brush should I buy.Any…Continue

Airbrushing chocolate molds

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ismael Neggaz Jun 25. 4 Replies

First time Airbrushing. Confused what should I use. Cocoa Butter or Airbrushing liquid you buy at chefrubber.com.Whish one should I use?Thank youContinue

trimoline

Started Apr 2 0 Replies

Trimoline convertion to gluecose.Is it one to one?How to use sorbitol?I appreciate your responses.IsmaelContinue

Internship (seeking)

Started Feb 16 0 Replies

Hi all,I hope you are all doing well.My name is IsmaelI own Chocotenango (place of chocolate) in Washington DCI'm professional trained pastry & savory chef. I been focusing on chocolate since…Continue

 

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KREBS Chocolate sprayer replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion Airbrush
"Hi Omar, If a thinner viscosity then the KREBS oilSPRAY will be better than the multiSPRAY as you will get minimal over spray.  You might want to try the R8 nozzle also.  Off course, there is no heating on the oilSPRAY gun. KREBS Guns "
Jul 23
chocochoco replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion Airbrush
"If I needed a food gun to just spray coloured cocoa butter (without chocolate) on molds, would the oilSPRAY (LM2) work for this purpose?   Thanks, Omar"
Jul 22
KREBS Chocolate sprayer replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion Airbrush
"Generally, the larger the nozzle number, the wider the pattern.  But nozzle hole size can also be matched the the viscosity (thickness) of your materials being sprayed. Thicker viscosity will need larger nozzles. In general, if you are working…"
Jul 22
Ismael Neggaz posted a discussion

Airbrush

Hi all,I'm trying to buy airbrush to spray cocoa butter into molds.When I looked on line I found the airbrush come with different noodles nozzle from 2mm 5mm........Which air brush should I buy.Any advice.Thank youSee More
Jul 10
Ismael Neggaz replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion Airbrushing chocolate molds
"Thank you all for the quick response"
Jun 25
Andrea Bauer replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion Airbrushing chocolate molds
"Some of the airbrushing liquids from ChefRubber are for decoration only (i.e. Showpieces) and are not edible. Ditto with the other responses - use colored cocoa butter. It will take a little practice to get the hang of. Call ChefRubber if you…"
Jun 25
cheebs replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion Airbrushing chocolate molds
"Cocoa Butter.  The other stuff is for cakes mostly."
Jun 25
Ismael Neggaz posted a discussion

Airbrushing chocolate molds

First time Airbrushing. Confused what should I use. Cocoa Butter or Airbrushing liquid you buy at chefrubber.com.Whish one should I use?Thank youSee More
Jun 24
Ismael Neggaz posted a discussion

trimoline

Trimoline convertion to gluecose.Is it one to one?How to use sorbitol?I appreciate your responses.IsmaelSee More
Apr 2
Ismael Neggaz posted a discussion

Internship

Hi all,I hope you are all doing well.My name is IsmaelI own Chocotenango (place of chocolate) in Washington DCI'm professional trained pastry & savory chef. I been focusing on chocolate since 2005.I reopened my business in  Washington DC in October 2013.I would like to come and learn more about chocolate making.I'm very interested to learn about  panning.if any chocolatier out there will take me as student and be my mentor for a week or two please let me know.Thank you.IsmaelSee More
Feb 16
Ismael Neggaz replied to Meira Neggaz's discussion Panning
"Thank you. I will follow your instructions"
Jan 19
Clay Gordon replied to Ismael Neggaz's discussion CT# in chocolate
"The count is the number of pieces per pound (or kilo - depending on where the manufacturer is located). 1000 count per kilo means that each piece weighs 1 gr. 1000 count per pound means each piece weighs .454 gr."
Jan 12
Ismael Neggaz posted a discussion

CT# in chocolate

What this # chcc, chunk white 300 ctChips white 1000ctSee More
Jan 11
Ismael Neggaz is now a member of The Chocolate Life
Dec 7, 2013

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My favorite chocolate is:
Cardamon

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