"Did you buy a Toper? And did you have your coffee roaster modified for cacao? I ask because I don't see any mention of that, and if you didn't you might have a problem. As I'm sure you're aware, coffee roasts at significantly…"
"My opinion for what it's worth - if you were doing wood-working and got caught without the proper license, etc I don't think it would hurt you that much. But you're making food. If you get caught breaking health laws most people…"
"I haven't made any of these products myself (not since college anyway), but in regard to your second question I think that answer is a very big yes. There are already a number of companies doing this. A quick Google search will bring up a slew…"
"You’re right; you have taken a pretty big bite! I don’t know how much time you have to complete this, but I hope it’s at least another few weeks! Anyway, while reading your post a few questions and thoughts came to me. Maybe they…"
"My understanding is that the Bakon tempering machine has only been available for a little over a year, so it probably just hasn't worked its way into enough hands yet. That having been said, I've also found it a bit curious that no one…"
"This bad boy from PolyScience is seriously expensive (over $9k), but if you are going to make extractions on any regular basis, and you have the budget, you might want to take a look at it. I've been lusting after this thing for a while now. If…"
"Okay this is different. I didn't realize that you were talking about decorative and stationary paper. In that case I would simply call the manufacturer and ask them. They'll probably be fine with it. In fact they may really like the idea…"
"If by "off the shelf" you mean stock photography and/or illustrations, then the answer to whether or not this is permitted depends on the company from which you license the art. When you pay for art on a stock art web site you are not…"
"This is probably outside of your budget, and I haven't seen anyone else do this, but Scott Witherow at Olive & Sinclair uses (or at least used to use) a Mexican corn mill. Check out the attached video at about the 1:25 mark. Looks like…"
"A couple of thoughts:
1) This is a question for your accountant. 2) 1099's are usually (but not always) issued to people, not corporations. If your company is incorporated, and she paid your company, she probably doesn't need to give you a…"
"300,000 Euros for a coating cabin? Wow. That must be a large, integrated system of some type. You didn't say anything about what level of output you require, so I have no idea if this will work for you. But I know that Savy Goiseau makes…"
"Salt is a known bitterness suppressor, and is often used for this purpose. Plus it goes well with chocolate. It's the only natural ingredient I can think of that will do this. There is of course a limit to its effectiveness, so I don't…"
"I've opened a number of businesses and I've gone with a LLC each time. I agree with most of what Brad says, as I usually do, but personally I would still never open a business as a sole proprietor. If it was thousands of dollars to create…"
There are two factors you want to look at when choosing a stone for this purpose: thermal conductivity and thermal capacitance. The first is the ability of the material to conduct heat (or cold), the second is the ability of the material to…"