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Offline djryan1194

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Where do you get a dough sheeter?
« on: February 07, 2006, 01:53:22 PM »
This machine sounds like something you'd have to buy commercially?  Anyone know how to get one of these for in-home use?  How expensive are these machines?  Its just not the same trying to roll this dough out by hand.


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Re: Where do you get a dough sheeter?
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2006, 01:58:52 PM »
I don't know of any home use sheeters, but I'm no expert, so I'll defer to anyone who knows better. ;)

Unless you have a spare grand or two, I don't think a pro model is within reach of the average pizza hobbyist.
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Re: Where do you get a dough sheeter?
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2006, 08:47:01 AM »
There is a post somewhere that some one uses a pasta roller.
Makes 3 sheets from the pasta roller then uses a rolling pin to join the 3 sheets.

A sheeter is totally expensive,
the best and most cost effective thing to simulate a sheeter is the pasta roller.
You can get a pasta roller attachment for a kitchen Aid for about 65 bucks including shipping on ebay.

Or you can get one of those manual ones.


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Re: Where do you get a dough sheeter?
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2006, 09:02:39 AM »
There is a post somewhere that some one uses a pasta roller.
Makes 3 sheets from the pasta roller then uses a rolling pin to join the 3 sheets.

A sheeter is totally expensive,
the best and most cost effective thing to simulate a sheeter is the pasta roller.
You can get a pasta roller attachment for a kitchen Aid for about 65 bucks including shipping on ebay.

Or you can get one of those manual ones.



And they also make electric motors for the manual types.
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