Setting Up the Work Station Before Boiling Sugar

Setting Up the Work Station Before Boiling Sugar

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Setting Up the Work Station Before Boiling Sugar – Hello Ajarian! Before boiling sugar, check the quality of your ingredients to ensure that they’re not containing any impurities. Also, weight everything correctly as this can make a big difference to the boiled sugar. After that, set up your working station for boiling sugar.

When preparing the work station, please keep these things in mind:

  1. Being organized and prepared will help you work in a safe and orderly fashion. Hot sugar can be extremely dangerous if it is not handled correctly
  2. Always have a bowl of cold water with a few ice cubes in it close at hand, access to cold running water and a properly stocked first aid kit
  3. A traditional copper pot has a copper handle, these get dangerously hot and you will need plenty of thick dry cloths available or a clean oven mite to pick up and handle these pots safely
  4. The pot should be just large enough to hold the required quantity, to small and your syrup may boil over
  5. Clean your copper pot with a tablespoon of salt and the juice of half a lemon. Rub to remove any oxidization or impurities on the inside surface of your pot. Then, rinse thoroughly and dry

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Written by: Alan Hickman, Garry Blackburn

Subject Matter: Prepare and Display Sugar Work

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