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Old 04-27-2011, 11:51 AM
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I have never seen stainless steel affect the color of a straight pizza dough. I do know from experience that if eggs are left in stainless steel, you will get gray/green eggs. Perhaps the chef was talking about a brioche or pate brise dough that has some egg content.
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They are spun aluminum, not SS. I was given them by a pizzaria owner, he has hundreds of them and uses them with no problems.

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Old 04-27-2011, 12:05 PM
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I also have those aluminum containers. I got them at a local Costco Business Center. The containers were like a couple of bucks each and the lids were like a buck each at most. The containers stack upon themselves without the lids so you don't need a lid for each.
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How much yeast are you using? Perhaps try the biga method. The was a recent thread on this topic that may be of interest.
Recipe calls for 0.33 oz of yeast. I haven't seen that thread.
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They are not as slick as dough boxes but I bought individual containers from the Dollar Tree - 4 for a dollar.
I got mine for a good price, but when I go mobile, I won't want to deal with a hundred little containers.
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Old 04-27-2011, 06:31 PM
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They are spun aluminum, not SS. I was given them by a pizzaria owner, he has hundreds of them and uses them with no problems.

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Pans, Trays, Containers

Those look nice....
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For the Aussies - there is a square "Sistema" brand made in NZ that is often sold 1/2 price singly or in a set which I have found to be perfect. The lid seals well, are a good size for a 250 - 270 g dough ball... and they stack nicely! Worth looking out for when on special as the full price is a bit steep. Woolies & Coles has them.
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I use a plastic stationary drawer unit which has 5 drawers. I place 4 large or 6 small floured dough balls in each drawer. Cheap and works well.
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We are using these with no problems noted to date. Should have bought a couple of the 96 oz size. The best deal I found, including shipping, was from this source.
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