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Dear All,The addition of Chocolate flavoured chips is always a great way to get a chocolatey bite in the cookies. Most of us are aware that these are compound based. SIZE & COUNT MATTERS: The larger the chip higher is the IMPRESSION of a real cho...
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Dear onesCan any one tell me how to calculate the Heat energy required to bake one kg of biscuits or one square meter of oven area.   Pl consider the moisture loss as 18% when you have 100kgs dough.  with at least 2% moisture still there in biscuits....
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Tunnel oven for biscuit snack crackers (output = 50-100kg/hour):What should be the ideal length of tunnel oven for small scale cracker production ?How many temperature zones required to get the intended final product, and length of each zone ?What sh...
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Dear thank you about writing the article I would like to know how produce nutritional yeast please if you have videos how to make I'm so interested to do that  thank you very much indeed
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Hi  Please can any one tell how to calculate the proper cooling time for soft and hard dough type biscuits . What is the standard cooling time of different verities of biscuits ( hard dough, soft dough and wire cut cookies) Best Regards Rasika  
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Hello, Does anybody know about non-sweet or salted moulded biscuits in market, filled or not? Is it possible to replace sugar in its recipe with an ingredient not so expensive, keeping at least part of sugar properties? What could be the main issu...
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Hello everyone  I make salted biscuit sticks. But I want to increase the strength of biscuit sticks.  Is it possible to add some kind of material to increase the severity of the biscuits? Thank you very much 
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Hi Good day, I am looking for a good supplier of alkalized cocoa powder who can provide consistent quality and quantity continuously. Thanks
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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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