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post #16 of 18

If you are a hobby baker how often do you double a recipe?  I can double a cake recipe or brownies in my 6 quart.  I have my mom's KA and a 6 qt profession KA.

Ask yourself will you be selling stuff or do you just do it because you love it.  That's a lot of money difference and it doesn't grow on trees.  As much as I might want a 7 qt.  I don't think the difference between 6-7  warrents spending the money.  I don't sell nor intend to sell from home.  I do work at a bakery where I can use the big machines but I end up using my own 6qt there often.  Give it some serious thought.  I also really want a reversible sheeter to do fondant but that ain't gonna happen so I can just keep rolling out fondant on the table.  Like others I have a lot invested in my toys /tools but I realize some things ( like cricut) were a real waste of money.

 

I think a lot depends on your financial situation....

good luck on your choice

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post #17 of 18

The Williams Sonoma web site has the form to fill out when you purchase the 7qt for a free pasta roller. http://www.williams-sonoma.com/info/pages/popup/gwpkitchenaid311/
 

post #18 of 18

Yeah!!!  Thank you cupcake.

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