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This is my good and reliable friend. I purchased it after the Kitchen Aid Professional broke two times, one before and one after the warranty has expired.
 
I use it for the batches larger than 10 ounces and up to 5 quarters. I use whisker for smaller amounts.
A metallic stainless steel container is the must have addition. In addition to other advantages of the stainless steel,
having two containers allows to make effortlessly 10 quarters of the dough. 








For larger amounts one should consider two following groups:
                                                      Commercial Mixers - Table Top Mixers
Hobart mixers are apparently the best on the market. They are extremely dependable and durable, but quite expensive 

Legacy® Countertop Mixer
Available in 12- and 20-quart models

Legacy® Floor Mixer

Available in 12- and 20-quart models

This is a used 20 Qt mixer from Toronto


Globe is another popular brand.
Here it is compared with Hobart

Varimixer
Univex

BakeMax

Doyon

Fleetwood

Vollrath



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