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Savage Tabletop Firemixer to Temper?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Churchill Oct 23, 2012. 2 Replies

A question for all of the Savage Bro experts. We own a Firemixer 14 Tabletop and we are looking at the 50lb Tabletop Temperer. The machines themselves appear to be very similar. Other than the…Continue

 

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Oct 24, 2012
Brad Churchill replied to Scott Daniels's discussion Savage Tabletop Firemixer to Temper?
"I own both. (actually two tempering machines) the most important difference is that the heating element in the firemixer heats the chocolate ONLY on the bottom via an element that can get very hot, whereas the tempering kettles use heaters submerged…"
Oct 23, 2012
Ruth Atkinson Kendrick replied to Scott Daniels's discussion Savage Tabletop Firemixer to Temper?
"I have observed a local business that uses their fire mixer 14 for their white chocolate. Seems to work for them. Why don't you call Javier at Savage and ask him the differences? "
Oct 23, 2012
Scott Daniels posted a discussion

Savage Tabletop Firemixer to Temper?

A question for all of the Savage Bro experts. We own a Firemixer 14 Tabletop and we are looking at the 50lb Tabletop Temperer. The machines themselves appear to be very similar. Other than the automation of the temperature controls and agitator, is there much difference between these two machines? IF I wanted to go through the bother of manually controlling the Firemixer to temper, agitate and hold, are there any tips or techniques I would want to look out for? I realize this is a specialized…See More
Oct 23, 2012
Scott Daniels replied to Matt Carter's discussion Chocolate going down the drain
"Different locals have different rules about grease traps. The size of the grease trap is an equation based on the size of your three bay sink. I have a monster three bay sink because all three bays will fit a full size sheet pan. When the…"
Jan 13, 2012
Scott Daniels replied to Matt Carter's discussion Chocolate going down the drain
"We were required by code to have a grease trap at our shop and I tried to fight it, but I gave in. Anyway, we do have to clean our grease trap from time to time, so as much as I hate to admit it, having a grease trap in general is a good idea.…"
Jan 13, 2012
Scott Daniels replied to Jacob Anthony's discussion New guy here, Looking to setup a chocolate nad confectionery business!
"If you are on a tight budget, start with making chocolates as a hobby. Develop your skills with chocolate and sample them out to friends and family. When you start to get several dozens of replies like "You should sell these" and getting…"
Jan 7, 2012
Scott Daniels is now a member of The Chocolate Life
Jan 6, 2012

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Dark, Milk, White?
Dark
Most memorable chocolate experience:
Melting my first ten pound bar.
My favorite chocolate is:
Beligan, French, Swiss and Venezuelan

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