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Old 08-04-13, 04:50 PM   #1
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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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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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Old 08-04-13, 06:45 PM   #8
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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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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.
You never get your security deposit back...do you?
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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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I've always wondered this.
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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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