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20
Jan

Why should you upgrade your commercial kitchen equipment?

Whether you own an individual food establishment or work with a decent restaurant or hotel group, no one would argue that all the gastronomical delights get prepared in your pantry with the help of commercial kitchen equipment.

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18
Jan

Single vs double bowl sink – which one is ideal for your commercial kitchen?

One of the most frequently remodelled parts of the restaurant is the kitchen, and the stainless steel sinks are one of the most commonly changed products. You have many alternatives while selecting a new sink for your pantry. These choices are limited not only to the substance and dimension of the item but also its configuration. Most such item manufacturers have an array of sinks of different sizes, with single and dual container versions being the two most common configurations. Both have positive and negative features that may make one a better fit for your kitchen. We will explain the differences between the two below, so you can decide which one will work better in your space.

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13
Jan

Which salads should you include in your commercial salad bar?

When you set up a commercial salad bar at your food establishment, the first concern should be – which variants should be a part of my spread? To answer this question, you must think about the entire content of various options. It would be best to verify certain things while including this healthy snack in your menus, such as fresh products, varying textures, a delicious dressing, and a dash of protein if possible. In addition, when we talk about this particular dish, the choice & expectation of a healthy meal that includes high fibre, less sugar and almost no bad fats is implied. However, it doesn't mean you can't experiment or tweak the dish slightly.

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11
Jan

How to reduce the sound of your commercial fridge?

If your commercial freezer makes a sound, it isn't very reassuring, especially when customers are in your restaurant. It is a given that there would be a particular noise present in your equipment, whether you have an entirely new or old product. Since your fridge needs to function all day and night long, it is only natural that you will experience frequent din. In most scenarios, the majority of the clamours your appliance produces are just normal, and they prove that your fridge is working. However, you have to limit the din coming from your refrigerator or the condenser in some cases by employing several methods. This blog will talk about some tips to decrease the sound your industrial refrigerator makes.

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