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Hello everyone We have faced the challenge of producing a fruit shortcake biscuit product that uses raisin slices. We have to cut the raisins into smaller pieces first, then pour them into the dough, and this is where the problem begins. Our problem...
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Hi everyone, has any of you had any experience with encrusting machines? I am looking to buy one for small productions (~40 pieces/min) I could find some produced in US and Germany, but their cost is almost double that of - say - those produced by...
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Hi, I understand that Marie biscuit is a kind of hard dough. But is there any possibility of making Marie biscuit using soft dough method and yet could be sheeted similar to hard dough? Heard that Regal Biscuits texture is super different than any...
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Hi everyone, I am evaluating whether to start a shortbread production business. One key component to evaluate the feasibility of this project is properly understanding the shelf life of the (packaged) biscuits I would be producing.  Is there a UK...
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Dear all,  we baked biscuits for the first time. We start with a soft biscuit (two types with/without cocoa powder). We have a direct-fired oven, 40m long, with four-zone. We faced with two problems: -the line of unbaked dough in the middle of the...
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Hi and Good Day! :) I am sourcing for Marie biscuit mould (hand held). Stamping and cutting to be done manually. I am located in Malaysia.  Feel free to drop some contacts here or PM.  Thank you in advance for your help :) Regards, Amye Not nec...
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Hello, my dears.  I'm making marie biscuits. But when I try to increase the amount of sugar in the recipe, it becomes soft and incoherent. Is there a solution to this problem?  In the past, I used to add 10 kilos of sugar to 50 kilos of flour. N...
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Hi. I am doing lab scale marie biscuits. But i have never seen how the marie biscuit dough looks like especially right after mixing. Is it supposed to be dough like or crumbly like? Would like to have advice or sharing on the below. Recipe (all in...
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Hello Besides heat increase in first zones, docker pin distribuition, and opening of oven extraction, is there any other mean (in process or recipe) to cause more and bigger blisters in a thin salted laminated biscuit? Regards
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Hello everyone Thank you for providing a platform for those who are interested in the bakery and biscuit industry to gather and use the information of the professors. We are preparing ourselves to produce Garibaldi biscuits. As you know, in this pr...
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