Global Rating: 5.00 from 24 reviews.
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|rating||title||date||name||city state/province country|
|Danish Dough Whisk (5/5)||Feb 15, 2012||Marina||Winnipeg Ma CA|
|The best whisk I've ever used (and I have quite a lot). I wasn't sure, if I need one more to my collection, but decided to give it a try. O boy, what a difference! I would say you need 10 times less effort to mix your dough, than using wooden or plastic one.|
|Awesome Tool! (5/5)||Oct 23, 2010||Michael Jubinsky||Lyman Ma US|
|We have been using a Danish Dough whisk for nearly 20 years and love it. It's one of the few items that we recommend to the students at our baking school. the price is an exceptional value.|
|Hobby cook (5/5)||Mar 2, 2012||M Ludge||Alto Mi US|
|I only keep good, quality tools in my kitchen. There is no more clutter than needed and this tool is absolutely strong, sturdy and does the job. It will have a permanent home here- I love it. Also, why do they call it Danish when the sticker reads made in Poland?|
|Great! (5/5)||Feb 3, 2013||Diana||na na US|
|Great deal, great whisk! Makes things so much easier. Quick shipping and great service also, thank you!|
|The right tool for the job! (5/5)||Nov 3, 2013||Richard Decker||Rockaway Ne US|
|I got my whisk a few weeks ago (decided on the large size, glad I did) . I use pre-ferments on my whole grain flour that I mill and have always used a wooden spoon for the task........ not anymore! Better leverage, better overall operation and easier cleaning. Any job goes much better when you use the right tool and for hand dough mixing, this is the right tool and a great value!|
|Perfect tool! (5/5)||Jun 13, 2013||Sandra White||New York Ne US|
My bread dough pulled together beautifully with this whisk- much more effective and efficient than the long-handled wooden spoon I've been using for a few years. I bake professionally, and this tool cuts time and effort down considerably. It's also fun to use- feels good in the hand, it's sturdy, and the dough moves through it in an interesting way.
Shipping was completely efficient, and I really appreciated a hand-written note on my packing list, made me feel welcome. Thank you!
|Dough whisk (5/5)||Oct 7, 2012||Lisa||Albuquerque Ne US|
I love my Danish dough whisk. It is so much less expensive than a kitchen aide mixer.
|great for wet doughs (5/5)||Jun 15, 2011||Bill||Warren Ne US|
Great for mixing high hydration breads. There is much less sticking to this whisk than a spoon or spatula, making for quicker, less messy, mix-up.
|Dough Whisk (5/5)||Apr 23, 2010||Eric Zeiner||Claremont NH US|
I had one of these many years ago...maybe 30 and for some reason didn't like it. I recently picked up another one and don't know how I lived without it.
Definately a must have.
|Nothing does what this whisk does! (5/5)||Jan 25, 2011||Jennifer in BreadLand||Toronto On CA|
|One of my cookbooks suggests using a danish dough whisk or a wooden spoon. For months, I just used a spoon, thinking if the author recommended it, the two were probably just about equivalent. Ha! My life changed the day this dough whisk came into our home. It has been used for breads, muffins, cakes, and more. It really gets into the centre of whatever you're mixing and leaves the mixture almost entirely lump-free. Super-easy to clean, too! And if you forget to clean it, just flick off the dried dough and it's ready to use again! Absolutely irreplaceable.|
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