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Excuse-me for my fail. I put accept in a comment from Alfredo, but I don´t get solve the problem yet.
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I am producing hard dough crackers biscuit like salty and vegetable crackers. Now i would like to do production without fermentation by using hot water in dough! If i do thisঃ
1. How many hot water need?
2. What temperature will be of w...
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