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Are commercial kitchen appliances really better than home appliances?

christina smith

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Could u suggest me that which one is better home appliances or Kitchen appliances?
 

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Kitchen in general, although there are many items where the difference is very small.
 

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they're certainly different. commercial stuff usually is built to take a lot of pounding, but it's not usually terribly energy efficient. And when you're talking about ranges, it's not simply a matter of buying commercial and installing it in your house. you will need to replace your existing gas line for one with higher volume, and -- if you're doing it right -- you need to have the stove installed a certain distance from teh wall and the wall should be insulated.
 

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Moltenis and walk-in fridges in every home, or bust.

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria
Moltenis and walk-in fridges in every home, or bust.
i'm holding out for a pacojet. because sometimes you just NEED to make foie gras sorbet in a minute.
 

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Originally Posted by foodguy
i'm holding out for a pacojet. because sometimes you just NEED to make foie gras sorbet in a minute.

I recommend the Bugatti toaster, unless you need more than two slices at once.


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Originally Posted by voxsartoria
I recommend the Bugatti toaster, unless you need more than two slices at once.


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Then two Bugatti toasters?
 

itsstillmatt

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria
Moltenis and walk-in fridges in every home, or bust.

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I'm happy to see that restaurants have gone the way of the home these days. It is like the Williams-Sonomization of the commercial kitchen.

Originally Posted by foodguy
i'm holding out for a pacojet. because sometimes you just NEED to make foie gras sorbet in a minute.

The problem with a pacojet isn't the pacojet, it is that you need a super cold freezer as well.
 

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Originally Posted by ohm
Then two Bugatti toasters?

You just blew my mind.

Originally Posted by iammatt
I'm happy to see that restaurants have gone the way of the home these days. It is like the Williams-Sonomization of the commercial kitchen.

Everything should be panko-crusted, IMHO.


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Originally Posted by ohm
Then two Bugatti toasters?

now THAT'S how a big-timer thinks!
 

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