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I've started making dairy free cheese for cafes. Similar to whisking a sauce for 5 minutes. Ive tried scaling up using a bamix stick blender with large Raymond Blanc non stick pot on induction cooker this leads to problems with grey flex appearing in the cheese? Any advise much appreciated.

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    If you're having trouble scaling up a recipe, it will help to include the recipe you're using and the procedure you use (edit them into the question). Its easier to see what might be going wrong with more information. I admit I'm pretty confused as to what you're asking, without more context. – Megha Jul 29 '16 at 12:18
  • Yep, there are 100s of different recipes/methods for making various dairy free cheeses. – rackandboneman Jul 29 '16 at 13:23
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It is probable that the blades on the bamix stick blender are contacting the interior of the pot occasionally and scratching some of the non-stick coating off, and that's the grey flecks you see in your cheese.

  • This seems very likely - A whisk would be unlikely to chew up the non-stick coating - a toothed blender like that would. Perhaps you need to find a powered whisk, if it's whisking you want, or a heat source that works with a commercial stand mixer and whisk. – Ecnerwal Jul 30 '16 at 1:24

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