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Wholesale bakers are used to supply coffee shops, restaurants and sandwich shops with baked goods for their customers. Wholesale bakers buy materials used in baked goods at reduced prices to make products in bulk quantities for simpler buying. Wholesale bakers have the efficient processes to create products of consistent quality and taste from batch to batch. Wholesale bakers supply sub buns and rolls for sandwiches and breadsticks for restaurants. Wholesale bakers also provide other baked items, such as cakes, cheesecakes and pies to restaurants and other food services.

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    6770 Santa Rita Rd, Pleasanton, CA 94588

    (925) 734-6730

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    5475 Thornton Ave, Newark, CA 94560

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    2086 New Park MA, Newark, CA 94560

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More on Bakers Wholesale

Aerate means to supply an ingredient with air, which will then lighten the product. To bind a substance would be to thicken a substance. Blanch is dipping food in boiling then cold water. Caramelizing is the act of browning a food using heat. Dock refers to puncturing the dough before it is baked. Infusing a food is to soak the product in a liquid. Kneading is working the dough into a desired consistency. Poaching is cooking something in a boiling liquid. This is commonly seen with eggs. Tempering is accomplished by heating chocolate until it melts and then allowing the chocolate to cool. This creates a dip or mold.

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