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Dear all , as mentioned on the topic , I faced an issue when the jam (aw0.5)deposit on the cookie ,it turns really soggy after 3-4 months where I expected to stay crispy for a year. Any possible ways to keep my cookie baked from the oven retain same...
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hi guys, im having quality issue in cookies which have sesame and wheatgerm in. the product packed in aluminium foil and went rancid in just 3-4 months. any solutions towards this? should i introduce nitrogen packaging or theres some technique to tre...
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Hello everyone... lately I find it a little difficult to find a correct cooking diagram when I have to cook a rotary moulder product with the first 2 or 3 zones dgf; it does not develop well and I am forced to overturn a classic diagram like the rota...
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Hello Does anyone know of an alternative to lecithin used in flat wafer batters  beside the usage of egg yolk or Magnesium carbonate or Magnesium stearate? The addition of lecithin to the batter prevents the wafer sheet from sticking to the iron pla...
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Dear all, Last year, I tried a burger bun, guess it was from a company in UK, with melted cheese on the surface. Basically it is a cheese sprinkling process directly after the proofer and prior entering the oven. During baking, the cheese will melt...
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Hi Everyone! I just would like to ask if you can recommend a good supplier of dark cocoa powder, something similar to what they use for oreo cookies? I am aiming for that kind of dark cocoa color. I have tried some dark cocoa powder (heavily alkaliz...
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Hi, l have been trying to source die inserts for a rotary moulder (which does not belong to me) hence blasting is not possible, this is a new product, in an attempt to tackle inconsistent extraction issues. thank you
If I have problems with pH Dough due to variantion in pH (low or high) after second stage in fermented crackers, how can I reprocess it?
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Dear all, I came across the recent article on Total Cost of Ownership on packaging machinery, very interesting article indeed, however, it did not show clearly how you can evaluate between two suppliers which one has the best option given more compl...
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Hello, does anyone have tips on how to completely bake a higher than 10 mm height wirecut chocolate chip dough piece, or any way to decrease this thickness prior to oven, without changing die cup diameter? It is baked in solid steel band in a 5-zone...
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