In-house baking is a sure way to differentiate your restaurant from your competition. What better way to create a lasting impression than with the aroma and taste of fresh baked goods? Before launching a program, you've got a number of equipment choices to consider. First things first: A mixer is needed to mix doughs, batters and other ingredients for baked goods. Often a typical kitchen mixer will suffice, but it may not be powerful enough to mix heavy doughs, which require a dough mixer ...

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