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Do you Need a Dough Divider and Rounder?

First of all, the combination dough divider and rounder isn’t for every restaurant.  Most of the time, simply getting it done by hand is the fastest way - putting it through a piece of equipment is not necessary.  Let’s look, however, at the operation types who could use this type of restaurant equipment at their location.

Mexican restaurants

Mexican restaurants can use the dough divider and rounder for creation of their hand-made tortillas.  The dough is put into the divider and rounder. The machine creates many little balls which can easily be put into a tortilla press for making tortillas or chips for the restaurant.  It takes a lot of time, even for the speediest person, to create these by hand.

Pastry shops

Simply put the dough into this beautiful piece of equipment and it will keep going until it’s run out of dough.  You can have countless dough balls ready for making doughnuts or small loaves of bread.  Your imagination is the limit when it comes to using the BakeMax BMDD003 dough divider and rounder.

Italian restaurants

Not to be left out, the Italian restaurants out there could definitely use this one.  Many restaurants make their own bread because it tends to be a higher quality than bread that was picked up from the distributor.  And, the smell of freshly baked bread wafting over a city street can be absolutely enticing.

Dough dividers and rounders aren’t for everyone, but they’re priceless pieces of equipment for those people who are working with and manipulating dough all day.

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