You may have started out baking all of your delectables, first thing in the morning so that your customers were greeted first thing in the morning by the smell of freshly baked bread. As the word spread, you likely had to bring in more workers so that each and every one of your customers would receive the personal service and fresh pastries that they visit your bakery for. Although you can only bake as much bread as your ovens can fit at one time, making a few key changes to the equipment your business uses can increase production while keeping your customers happy. Here are four ways to keep those delicious rolls rolling out.
1. Make Your Own Self Rising Flour - While you can do other things while each batch of dough rises, the use of self rising flour will allow you to get a head start on the baking process. Making homemade self rising flour will add to the richness of your baked treats, keeping your expenses from going up while production rates continue to grow.
2. Commission Custom Made Sifters - At the base of almost every baked good is flour. Whether you choose to use the self rising variety or not, it certainly has to be sifted and blended to create the bakery fresh treats that your business is known for. Using a large, industrial wire mesh sifter created specifically for your bakery's needs will help you to make bigger batches of dough with much less effort on behalf of your staff.
3. Use Industrial Sized Dough Cutters - You probably know exactly how much dough is needed to create cinnamon rolls, loves of homemade bread and other pastries, but manually cutting each individual baked good is likely slowing production rates down. By contrast, wire mesh dough cutters can be used at a faster pace to measure out the precise size and shape of each baked good just before it goes into the oven. Using this tool will enable you to whip up batches of cookies and many of your most delicious treats almost as fast as you can keep up.
4. Install More Cooling Racks - Despite the fact that your customers will likely appreciate receiving their baked goods while they're still hot, there is a happy between piping hot and warm to the touch that you have to keep. Wire mesh cooling racks help to evenly distribute the heat of your baked goods, allowing them to cool off faster without compromising the quality of your signature products.
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