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Old 03-15-2006, 07:08 PM   #1
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Ok. Now for a proofer.

The next step in my journey toward bakery independence is a proofer. I'm looking at Doyon presently, but am open to any good make. Since my kitchen is so small, I need a mobile, small unit. The DP7 by Doyon can do 7- 18x26 pans. I can live w/ that. Like to find used if possible.

BTW, I've only found Doyon and Moffat brands in this size. Any others?

What's the diff between insulated and non-insulated concerning purposes?

Yep, I'm a newbie.


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