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  1. Thanks, @Kerry Beal. I was looking at the 8-pound capacity melanger (non tilt) here on the manufacturer's website, which is currently out-of-stock (USA). Thanks for your input regarding the tilting model.
  2. Hello All! I'm looking to purchase a chocolate melanger, and many people on this thread seem to highly recommend the Premier Chocolate Refiner. Is this where the majority of you purchased your melanger? I live in the US, and the website says it's currently out-of-stock. Any suggestions as to where I could purchase this model? Any recommendations on other models that are as good as the Premier Chocolate Refiner? Any thoughts on this different Premier model? Thanks!
  3. no10

    Name that mold!

    Thank you, @jbates, @Kerry Beal, and @pastrygirlfor your replies! @pastrygirl, I think those chocolates would melt before they reached you! I hope you're able to stay safe and cool during this crazy heat wave in the Pacific Northwest.
  4. no10

    Name that mold!

    Does anyone know what mold Stick With Me Sweets uses to make their bon bons?
  5. Does anyone know if Chef Rubber sells a colored cocoa butter similar to ChocoButter's Gold Dust (Cosmic Collection)? Is Chef Rubber's Gold Luster (Decor Colored Cocoa Butter) a close match?
  6. Does anyone know if Chef Rubber sells a colored cocoa butter similar to ChocoButter's Gold Dust (Cosmic Collection)? Is Chef Rubber's Gold Luster (Decor Colored Cocoa Butter) a close match?
  7. Thanks for the information, @curls. What?! This forum hosts chocolate workshops?
  8. Hi @Ben C, would you mind sharing where you purchased your acrylic bars?
  9. Hi @David J., would you happen to known which aluminum alloy your bars are made from?
  10. Hello eGForums, I'm curious if anyone has purchased these ganache and caramel ruler bars (https://www.tcfsales.com/products/658-ganache-and-caramel-ruler-bars-set-of-2-ea/) from TCF before or has experience with this company? Are they a reputable company? It costs $87.96 (not including shipping) to purchase 4 stainless steel square bars, measuring 1/2" x 1/2" x 15" L, which seems like a reasonable price relative to other companies. Correct me if I'm wrong. Does anyone suggest other companies to purchase bars from? On a related topic, I know that a possibly more affordable alternative would be to visit a local metal fabricator and purchase metal bars from them. My concern is purchasing bars that are made from an alloy and finish that is 'food-safe'. Does anyone know what grade/alloy and finish of stainless steel is 'food-safe'? Does anyone know what grade/alloy and finish of aluminum is 'food-safe'?
  11. Thanks for the reply, @Kerry Beal. I don't believe he does. I was hoping someone on this forum would know.
  12. Several of Greweling's recipes call for the use of a round piping tip. I'm not familiar with what sizing system he's using. When he says to use a "no. [integer] round tip", what does the [integer] correspond to in millimeters or inches? For example, what is the diameter of a no. 3 round tip used by Greweling?
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