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American Baking System
Founded To Supply High Quality Bakery Equipment To The American Baking Industry.
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Bakery Equipment Terms

From pastries, pizza, and cakes, to bread and crepes, none of these delicious foods would be possible without bakery equipment. In order to have a better, more comprehensive understanding of the baking equipment and supply industry, it is important to understand the terminology associated with bakery equipment. Below are several popular terms to be familiar with when researching cooking and baking supplies

  • Convection Oven - An oven which utilizes the movement of warm or hot air in order to heat the food within. Unlike conventional ovens which primarily use radiant heat, convection ovens use small fans to circulate the heat, thereby cooking foods such as pies, cakes, and pizza at a faster rate. Convection ovens are frequently used in restaurant kitchens to prepare food quickly.
  • Electric Oven - A long oven with an internal metal conveyor belt. Over a preset period of time, the belt carries the food through the oven. Overhead burners and lights supply heat to cook the product. The term can also refer to a conventional electric house stove and oven combination.
  • Proofer - A proofer is a chamber used in baking that encourages fermentation of dough by yeast through warm temperatures and controlled humidity. It is a popular restaurant item when making bread, rolls, or other yeast-containing recipes.
  • Retarder - A dough retarder is a refrigerator used to control the fermentation of yeast when proofing dough prior to baking. Utilizing a retarder causes a slower, longer rise of the dough resulting in more complex flavors.

    Whether you need a baking pan for brownies, an electric mixer for cookies or a bundt pan for a cake, bakery equipment are in endless supply. Cupcake pans, spatulas, and whisks are all essential tools needed for recipes. Make sure to have the right bakery equipment before you begin mixing your ingredients!

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    C.c.p.equipment
    4401 Palamina Cir, Riverside, CA 92509
    Sales and service of bakery equipment. Does your kitchen need updated bakery equipment? Does your existing equipment require repair? We can provide all the services you need for your refrigerator and more.
    (951) 515-5599
    Bak-Re-Pair Inc
    6383 Nancy Ridge Dr, San Diego, CA 92121
    (858) 658-0630
    La Bodega Wholesale
    388 W Calle Primera, San Ysidro, CA 92173
    (619) 662-3032
    Lakeside Bakery Supplies
    11138 Moreno Ave, Lakeside, CA 92040
    (619) 443-1387
    Vestco Food Equipment
    1134 Industrial Ave, Escondido, CA 92029
    (888) 324-9849
    Wedeking's Bakery
    815 E Valley Pkwy, Escondido, CA 92025
    (760) 745-8550
    Le Creuset at Carlsbad Premium Outlets
    5600 Paseo Del Norte Ste 125, Carlsbad, CA 92008
    (760) 931-6868
    Mayras Bakery
    828 N Santa Fe Ave Ste 102, Vista, CA 92083
    (760) 631-0857
    Martellato USA
    23891 Via Fabricante Ste 610, Mission Viejo, CA 92691
    (949) 581-3010
    Rheon USA
    9490 Toledo Way Ste B, Irvine, CA 92618
    (949) 768-1900
    Rheon USA
    2 Doppler, Irvine, CA 92618
    (949) 789-0331
    Automatic Bakery Machines Inc
    3093 Po Box, Newport Beach, CA 92659
    (949) 642-0844
    Orange Novelty Inc
    3625 W Macarthur Blvd Ste 305, Santa Ana, CA 92704
    (714) 556-4661
    Lawrence Equipment Inc
    1879 W Lincoln St, Banning, CA 92220
    (951) 849-8885
    Le Creuset at Cabazon Outlets
    48750 Seminole Dr Ste 108, Cabazon, CA 92230
    (951) 849-4007


    Bakery equipment is used daily by professional bakers all over the world. In fact, it is commonly used in restaurants, small bakeries, and homes to make various baked goods. There are distributors and dealers that supply this type of kitchen equipment to expert bakers, as well as consumers. Some of the products involved are double ovens, used mixers, rolling pins to flatten dough, and simple flour containers. While some equipment is industrial or commercial grade, others products are meant for home use. There are so many options when it comes to bakery equipment and supplies these days. After all, there are products needed to bake bread, make pie crusts, cook doughnuts, and mix cookies. Some examples of equipment are storage racks, convection ovens, pastry trays, cake pans, and counter top mixer bowls. Often bakers will store these supplies in kitchen cabinets for easy access. As you likely know, equipment and supplies are needed to create and bake all kinds of cakes, turnovers, pies, cookies, and rolls. Professional bakers supply towns and cities with these treats and bread products every day, and they need to be made fresh. When large amounts or batches of baked goods are needed, it simply makes more sense to acquire industrial grade equipment. This is what many experts in this industry do. If you would like to learn more about commercial and restaurant bakery equipment, and the companies that supply these products, you may want to visit a local bakery. This way you can ask questions regarding specific pans, ovens, mixers, and cooling racks.
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