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    Look! My Spine! RubenX's Avatar
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    Anybody can recommend a Dough Sheeter/Roller machine? (cheap)

    What I'm looking for is a manual (hand-crancked?) version of this:



    Can I haz?

    PS: Preferably, something that is not $700 bucks
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    Two feet of two inch maple dowelling works good and qualifies as cheaper than that machine.

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    I think you could modify a dual over head cam in line 4 cylinder to do that.... I hear Hyundai makes one heck of a nice dough sheeter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
    I think you could modify a dual over head cam in line 4 cylinder to do that.... I hear Hyundai makes one heck of a nice dough sheeter.

    I'm gonna be really honest here... If I could go a few decades back in time, I know exactly what device I could re-purpose as a dough sheeter:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
    You can still get a good woman today Ruben, you just aren't looking hard enough.
    LOL I should have thought the pic-post through...

    Anyway, after much consideration, I have decided that there are cheaper ways to ensure that my pizza dough will always be of a consistent tickness:


    ^This is one^

    The other way is to nail 2 wooden strips to the counter, and roll the pizza dough between them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RubenX View Post
    LOL I should have thought the pic-post through...

    Anyway, after much consideration, I have decided that there are cheaper ways to ensure that my pizza dough will always be of a consistent tickness:


    ^This is one^

    The other way is to nail 2 wooden strips to the counter, and roll the pizza dough between them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RubenX View Post
    I'm gonna be really honest here... If I could go a few decades back in time, I know exactly what device I could re-purpose as a dough sheeter:

    A month or so ago I hauled one of these out of the attic of one of my late Grandma's barns for an estate auction with an even older all wood one that I was the only one of my generation who knew it wasn't "some sort of antique ice cream maker". I think they went for a couple bucks each.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wordbiker View Post
    You never get your security deposit back...do you?
    I've always wondered this.
    Punctuation is important. It's the difference between "I helped my uncle, Jack, off a horse" and "I helped my uncle Jack off a horse"


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    Just put some dough on your bed sheets. After a night of rolling around, the dough should be perfectly flat and rolled out.

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