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Tony.n
@Tony.n
09/09/15 09:27:56PM
54 posts

help


Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

Thanks Sebastian, what is exactly a mold washer? how is it different from a typical industrial dishwasher and who sells it?

I currently wash my molds using a small hobart industrial dishwasher (with no detergent - only hot water at 155 degrees and end with 10 seconds 180 degree rinse for santization) then use compressed air to blow any excess water and leave the molds overnight (face flipped) on wire shelves to dry. In the morning, I store the dried molds in heating cabinets (each fit 150 molds) at 115 degrees for couple of hours, then wipe them with microfieber towel to ensure that the there no cacao butter left on the mold. I go through this process on a monthly basis and it is an extermely exhausting; I am trying to make it more efficient, any suggestion?


updated by @Tony.n: 09/09/15 09:50:11PM
Tony.n
@Tony.n
09/09/15 07:52:37AM
54 posts

help


Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

What if someone have 1000 molds is there a more pratical solution?

Tony.n
@Tony.n
07/26/15 07:40:39PM
54 posts

Tempering Problem


Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

How many pounds of chocolate are you trying to temper? After pouring it in the molds, how are you cooling your chocolate at room temperature or fridge? (how long did it take to solidify?)

The cooling via stirring and fan may not be cooling the particules properly. You would be better with a Cold Marble cooling or seed cooling (You may need to use a 3rd party seeds at first then you can save your own seeds)

 

PS - You do not need to go up to 124 (118 - 120 should be enough to melt all particules), coold it down further to 82 and then bring it up to 88 - 89 and test it on a parchment parper before you pour it in the molds to make sure it is well tempered.

Tony.n
@Tony.n
07/26/15 06:20:34PM
54 posts

Tempering Problem


Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

How did you cool it down from 124 to 84? How fast?

How did you bring it up from 84 to 90?

Tony.n
@Tony.n
07/01/15 09:34:22PM
54 posts

Looking for quality Organic milk powders (s)


Posted in: Classifieds

Thanks, Please e-mail me details at: tony.najjar@xocolla.com 

Tony.n
@Tony.n
07/01/15 09:10:14PM
54 posts

Looking for quality Organic milk powders (s)


Posted in: Classifieds

Are the Goat and Sheep milk powders Organic?

Tony.n
@Tony.n
07/01/15 12:24:32PM
54 posts

Looking for quality Organic milk powders (s)


Posted in: Classifieds

Thanks iLya, I am looking to source locally (in the US) - I don't want to get in trouble with the kiwis! Laugh Wink

Tony.n
@Tony.n
06/30/15 10:23:02AM
54 posts

Looking for Dedy guitar cutter


Posted in: Classifieds

Agree Nicole and specially if it's a Dedy - It lasts forever! Happy

Tony.n
@Tony.n
06/26/15 06:41:16PM
54 posts

Looking for quality Organic milk powders (s)


Posted in: Classifieds

Thank you Thomas (I will check with John)

Tony.n
@Tony.n
06/26/15 06:39:59PM
54 posts

Looking for quality Organic milk powders (s)


Posted in: Classifieds

Agree Sebastian.

Tony.n
@Tony.n
06/20/15 10:12:57AM
54 posts

Looking for quality Organic milk powders (s)


Posted in: Classifieds

I am looking for the following for my chocolate bars:

1- Organic Whole Milk Powder

2- Organic Skim Milk Powder

3- Organic Butter Fat Milk Powder

4 - Goat milk Powder

5- Sheep milk Powder

Willing to pay top dollars for quality ingredients

Tony.n
@Tony.n
06/07/15 11:00:32PM
54 posts

Packaging wholesale chocolates.


Posted in: Tech Help, Tips, Tricks, & Techniques

Check Uline.com they should have what you're looking for (If the standard size does not fit, they may have custom size as well).

http://www.uline.com/Grp_93/Insulated-Shippers-and-Supplies?pricode=WF712&AdKeyword=styrofoam%20cooler&AdMatchtype=p&gclid=CPPXp_qM_8UCFREoaQodLSkA8g&gclsrc=aw.ds

 

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