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Bio: <p class="p__0">My equipment was developed over the years as I required it. A few of it originated from the bakeshop when I closed it. The baking equipment shown here is my personal equipment. The important thing is not that you utilize what I do, but what works for you in each of the classifications. Buy the best you can and the equipment will last a life time, as you will see in a few of these images. I am not a follower in buying baking equipment for the sake of it. Wherever possible I have actually included brand due to the fact that they are the ones that have serviced me well for many years. The devices visualized below is what I presently utilize and it might not be available anymore. I have linked to comparable equipment. Heavy business sheet pans are 13 gauge aluminum. these pans are a little smaller than half sheet pans however bigger than quarter -sheet pans. I have dishes from the past that will not equate to half sheet pans so I find these are a need for me. However, if you do not have such recipes, you do not require these. This utensil can be found in plastic in addition to aluminum and stainless-steel with feet to hold it above a surface. It is particularly useful to clean vegetables and fruit and drain pasta. I choose metal to plastic due to the fact that I find it stronger. Be sure to get one with feet or a collar to keep it.</p>
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