Brod & Taylor’s bread proofer and knife sharpener are perfect for the beginning cook as well as the experienced baker. These versatile products make stylish and practical additions to any kitchen. The dough proofer, also called a bread proofing box, enables consistent dough rise and it folds for compact storage. The knife sharpener will sharpen both straight edge and serrated stainless steel blades. Click on the pictures below to learn more about Brod & Taylor’s innovative products.
The Brod and Taylor Bread Proofer does more than just proof bread dough. Use it to make homemade yogurt or set it to a low temperature for pizza dough. You can also melt chocolate and butter without any fear of burning these delicate ingredients. The dough proofer folds up for easy storage and its simple design looks good in any kitchen. To add a second level in your dough proofer, use the Brod & Taylor Hanging Rack.
The Sahara Folding Dehydrator is a revolutionary new product! It's the world's only dehydrator that will fold to just 1/3 its size for compact storage. The Brod & Taylor dehydrator features a full cabinet and can be operated with up to seven shelves—or no shelves at all. With the ability to heat as low as 86°, you have the option of using it as a low-temperature oven. High quality Stainless Steel or Polypropylene shelves and Silicone Drying Mats are also available to broaden the use of your dehydrator.
Brod and Taylor’s knife sharpener quickly restores dull knives to their former quality. With instructions for both right- and left-hand use, the Brod and Taylor Manual Knife Sharpener is great for anyone who wants their money’s worth out of expensive knives. This knife sharpener can sharpen both straight-edge and serrated knives and it has three sharpening techniques:
Fine sharpening (honing)
Coarse sharpening followed by fine sharpening, for extremely dull or worn knives
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