Hi everybody, my name's Maryna and I'm a kitchen appliance addict. 😔
After a year of lusting after the Fuji system recommended by Kerry, and going back and forth between completely convincing myself I don't need it at all (not sure I'm into colored bonbons because of the unsafety of edible paint) - to I needed it yesterday, how can I produce quality chocolates (mind you, I'm a home enthusiast, doing around 6 molds per month, at best) without spraying cocoa butter.
As a complete novice to sprayers and compressors, I would spend countless hours researching/reading forums every time the urge to purchase a system would strike, scribbling down systems/configurations to get on pieces of paper that are now found in random places all over house, only to forget most of the information learned during after convincing myself that I don't need it...
Well, yesterday all of this culminated into a completely researchless purchase on ChefRubber's website - being in a state of upsetness at my SO, I justified purchasing the Ultimate Cocoa Butter Spraying Kit + the natural cocoa butter colors. Then the morning came...and with it, buyer's remorse))....Questions for you guys:
Why is that compressor so expensive being of such a small capacity?
Does anybody know the ingredients in the natural cocoa butter line? Are they truly natural and safe?
Is that a "true" spray gun, or should I just call it an airbrush?
Will it be able to spray 50/50 mixture for velveting easily?
Jim, glad to hear your feedback on the spray box! Became interested in it a couple of pages back and am now convinced I'm in URGENT need of one))...definitely going on my Christmas wish list!)
Sometimes I think my full-time job exists for the sole purpose of supporting my addiction(((...my poor, poor husband....😪