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Old 11-09-2013, 04:01 PM #41
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i used to use a big industrial sized soup ladle with a long stem, i used that baby to make the water swirl around like crazy, but nowadays i have a bubblator for the mixing and it saves a lot of time and energy and produces a superior product to hand mixing and letting it sit etc.
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Old 11-09-2013, 05:11 PM #42
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I think the washer yields a load better than hand stirring
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Old 11-10-2013, 05:48 AM #43
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For christ sake, SOME chefs use ceramic knives because they initially hold a sharper edge than stainless or high carbon steel knives. It has absolutely nothing to so with cutting meats and fish, it's entirely about personal knife preference. Azad is talking out of his arse. Drysift says stupid things, but he's right on this one.
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:56 PM #45
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Old 11-12-2013, 12:36 AM #46
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For christ sake, SOME chefs use ceramic knives because they initially hold a sharper edge than stainless or high carbon steel knives. It has absolutely nothing to so with cutting meats and fish, it's entirely about personal knife preference. Azad is talking out of his arse. Drysift says stupid things, but he's right on this one.
nice of you to join up and make your first post to clear all this up once and for all mate, lol.
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nice of you to join up and make your first post to clear all this up once and for all mate, lol.
Still need to hear from ImaSpoonExpert to wrap it all up.
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I made a 20gallon run the other day had everything loaded in the the bubble know and bam no turn no spin ho drain. So i grabbed a big plastic spoon i have for brewing. The results where good but they always are. The kicker was having to lift the machine full of ice water and material high enough to drain into the bags.Just way more work with no spin spin whirl whirl drain drain...

ps pulled the wiring apart clean it and tighten connects and we are working again.....
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