The primary function of a slicer is to create uniform slices of different types of foods.
Mainly meat as they are the more used in a large variety of restaurants.
One of the primary benefits of a slicer is the consistency it allows,
whether it is to slice perfect portions of meat in your deli or to deal with large volumes of cheese. Slicers not only give certain foods a neat appearance but they also offer space saving benefits for food storage and minimize food prep workloads.
Understanding how to properly select, use and maintain your commercial slicers will help you get most bang for your buck from these useful items.
There are various types of slicers; from fruit and vegetable slicers
and baguette slicers, to multipurpose slicers than can be used for various functions.
Among the most popular are meat and cheese slicers.
These come in the form of manual, a device you slide with your hand, and automatic slicers, which run electronically. A manual slicer has to be operated by a staff member.
These are more widely used and work well in low volume environments.
An automatic slicer performs the slicing motion without an operator,
and is best used in an environment that requires a large amount of sliced product.
This commercial blender is capable of crushing ice that is usually used to make smoothies .
The blade is made up of stainless steel, with four corners bend upward to reach the maximum, have utility crush and mix the ingredients perfectly.
Jar made of polly carbonate which is a shatterproof material (although in slam, trampled by man, throwing etc: can be proved)
With 27,000 RPM engine speed (above mesin2 in general)
Digital timer that can be set in accordance with a level of refinement that we want, just 1 time next setting timer will stop at the initial setting, so that the same level of refinement
for each time the use of the machine
Has an outer sheath that is useful to dampen the sound, even the kitchen location close to the customer table will not experience noise machine that is too disturbing customer comfort.
The Salamander is often used to provide the nicely browned crust to dish or toasted bread. The larger oven units are typically built to be mounted above a cooking range or on a wall. Smaller versions are also manufactured so they can be placed on a counter similar to a microwave. Designed as electric or non-electric ovens, regardless of the heat source all Salamanders are used for the same purpose, browning the top of food dishes.
Another form of a Salamander consists of a cast iron disk that is attached to the end of a long wooden handle. The disk is heated over a burner until it is red hot and then quickly passed close over the top of the food so that the heat from the disk browns the top of the food being prepared.
*Fast heat up: many can be ready very quickly in comparison to full-size ovens
*Fast access: the open design means dishes can be loaded very quickly
*Space efficient: as these are mounted fairly high up, you can make better use of all the available room in your kitchen
*Safer: the overhead heat has the advantage of allowing foods to be grilled without the risk of flare-ups caused by fat dripping onto elements or burners
*Flexible: salamander grills aren’t just great for cooking. They can re-heat and hold dishes, as well as gently melt cheese or brown off a topping
Vacuum Packaging Machine
Vacuum Packaging Machine1. Vacuum Food Sealers Save You TimeSeal family-sized portions of meals or individual portions of snacks or vegetables and freeze. When it’s time to eat, fix the portions you need and you’re done. This is especially useful when cooking sous vide – pop the portions you need into your VacMaster sous vide pot and cook until done. Dinner is served.2. Vacuum Sealers Save You MoneyBuying meats in bulk, dividing into meal-sized portions and sealing allows you to have fresh meat on hand for up to 6 months. This leads to an incredible cost savings over buying your meat from the counter before every meal.3. Vacuum Sealers Preserve FoodVacuum sealers preserve food by preventing the growth of mold or bacteria. Vacuum sealing deprives your food of oxygen. Mold and bacteria cannot grow without oxygen.4. Vacuum Sealing Protects FoodVacuum sealing protects food from dehydration and freezer burn. Freezer burn occurs when water gets into your food. The vacuum bag keeps your food from contact with the air, so moisture cannot evaporate, making it an excellent barrier from the elements.5. Vacuum Sealing Extends Shelf LifeThe shelf life of your food is greatly extended when you vacuum seal it. Vacuum sealing food preserves it 3 to 5 times longer than food stored in plastic containers or bags. The exact amount of time food will last in vacuum sealing varies depending on whether you are storing in the refrigerator, freezer or pantry.6. Food Lasts LongerFrozen food that is vacuum sealed lasts an average of 2-3 years, while it will last 6-12 months, on average, stored in other ways. Most vacuum sealed foods will last in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks, which is much longer than the typical 1-3 days food will last when stored conventionally in a refrigerator.7. Efficient Food OrganizationVacuum sealing makes for efficient, organized packaging. Vacuum sealed food takes up less room in your refrigerator or freezer and allows you to easily see the foods you are storing.8. No Freezer Burn With Chamber Vacuum SealersVacuum sealing provides food an air-tight environment, preventing the crystals that cause freezer burn from forming on your food. Vacuum sealing keeps the moisture in your food for an extended period of time, allowing you to enjoy food that tastes fresh months after you have stored it.9. Vacuum Sealed Food Tastes BetterVacuum sealing holds in the moisture, juices, and flavor of the food. You’ll notice the difference in taste.10. Vacuum Sealed Keeps Food SafeVacuum sealing removes most of the oxygen, preventing chemical reactions triggered by oxygen that cause food to spoil. It also prevents bacteria buildup that can spoilage in foods.11. Vacuum Sealed Keeps Food FreshVacuum sealing not only keeps food from spoiling, it keeps fats in the food from going rancid, keeps foods from changing color as they often do in the freezer, and prevents them from getting a slimy film or bad odor.12. Store Liquids Easy Vacuum SealedPlace the liquid in the freezer for a couple hours to harden it a little. Then place the partially frozen liquid into a sealing bag, leaving room at the top for sealing. You can also seal liquids inside a jar and vacuum seal the jar.13. Vacuum Seal LeftoversVacuum seal any leftover food from your meal right away. This eliminates you having to throw out the food and gives you another easy meal for the future. Freeze the leftover portions and they will last for months – keeping you from having to eat the same meal three nights in a row. Pull it out a few weeks later for a meal that tastes fresh.14. Reseal chipsA vacuum food sealer is handy for resealing chips, just remember not to use the vacuum suction or you will crush the contents. Allow several inches of open space at the top of the bag, press the seal button and insert the bag (ensuring the top is in straight) in the sealer.15. Vacuum Seal Trail Mix and SnacksSeparate snacks or trail mix into individual portions and seal. This makes it easy to take snack-sized servings with you when on the go – keep them in your purse, backpack, or lunch box for a readily available energy boost.