Dough maker equipment


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Pardon my ignorance but I am amused with the dough maker that I saw in one cheap bakery in Baguio City (a summer resort place in north of Manila). The dough maker is like a big mixer but it has several moving parts that simulates kneading by hand. I have watched the dough maker do its thing for 15 minutes and all the baker did was to pour in the ingredients and later on stop the dough maker and use the dough for its purpose (shaping and cutting into the desired sizes before putting in the oven). I wonder if the dough maker is a common equipment now for bakeries.
 
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absolutely, especially in large supermarkets that have an instore bakery....it just wouldn't be possible to do it by hand due to the amount that is produced
 

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