Biscuit, Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing Manuals: Manual 2: Biscuit Doughs, Volume 1

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Woodhead Publishing, 1998 - Cooking - 66 pages
This manual describes the various types of biscuit dough, the key stages in dough mixing and handling, and identifies potential problem areas and solutions.
 

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Contents

Hygiene and safety aspects
9
Problem solving
16
4
17
Types of dough mixer
24
Mixing the dough
34
Metering of ingredients into mixers
50
Care maintenance and cleaning of machinery
61
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About the author (1998)

"Duncan Manley" is an internationally recognised authority in the complex field of biscuit technology. During thirty years of experience in the biscuit, cookie and cracker industries, Manley has worked in eighty factories in over thirty countries; amassing a wealth of experience in development, production efficiency and training under widely varying conditions. He now runs his own company, Duncan Manley Ltd, which provides consultancy services to the biscuit and food industries.

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