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Liquid chocolate is getting hard inside the cookies after baking. Baking temperature: 1st Zone: 161 °C, 2nd Zone: 183 °C, 3rd Zone: 165 °C. Baking time: 12.6 minutes.Solution needed: How to get chocolate liquid after baking?
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We manufacture a line of gluten free crackers. The main ingredients are pumpkin seed flour, casava flour and sunflower seed flour. We sheet the dough to around 2mm and cut to shape with rotary cutters. We don’t yet have the budget for a continuous tu...
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Hi everyone. Could someone please share how to writing technique of finished products specification with a real example? Thank you
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Hello Everyone,We have been having issues with the final packaging weight of cream crackers.  Each internal package should weigh around 167 grams * 6 packages = 1 kilo.  However, lately, we haven't been able to reach the desired weight and end up hav...
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Hi, 1. Is there any manufacturing scale recipe to be shared for oreo type cookies?2. Oreo cookies is consider short sweet, rich short sweet or semi sweet dough type?Thank you in adcanceRegards,Amye
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Hi All,I am a home-based manufacturer of Lactation Cookies for breastfeeding mothers. I am now slowly scaling up my business and am in need of some help increasing shelf-life of the product as I have now started supplying to retailers. Currently the...
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I need cream crackers recipe with fermentation mixing, lamination and drying methods. 
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Hello everyone,I am currently involved in an R and D project where we are attempting to make Graham crackers of two different sizes on a rotary, rather than sheeting.  To enable the dough to run on the rotary I've had to decrease the hydration of the...
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Dear ALLIs any one is there to supply single wafer sheet production machine for our R&D purpose.  I heard that some one manufacturing same kind in china.  If you have contact details please give me.
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Good Day I am planning to produce chocolate filling using a ball mill machine. This filling will be encrusted in a cookie. What is the best heat stable fat to use to avoid burning of the filling and also the fat sugar ratio? All information regarding...
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