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    mixiebug
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    How to turn chili sauce into a powder format? I’ve heard of dry spraying and was wondering is there a place to rent for the day or purchase a R&D or lab version of it? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Quantum Chef
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    Spray drying is probably the best way but not sure you can rent the equipment. You can also try spreading it on a silpat and dehydrating it. Since it is quite strong, you can also thicken it with a starch such as Kuzu before dehydrating it to obtain more powder.

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