Nut butter machines
Spectra 11, 11x Stone Grinders - Nut Butter | Chocolate Grinder | Cocoa Grinders | Chocolate Melangers | Cocoa Melangers
The Spectra 11, 11X, 25 and 70’s slow grind processing results in silky smooth, creamy, melt in your mouth nut butter; A far reach from store-bought nut butter which is typically processed with high-speed processors.
Batch size between 1 kg to 26 kg
Optional Speed Controller
Granite wheels and base
Our Nut Butter Machines
Why use a Spectra to produce your Nut butters?
How do they differ from your general commercial nut butter machine?
Using a nut grinder to stone grind your nut butter creates a perfectly smooth textured professional nut butter.
Stone grinding creates minimal friction allowing the temperature of the nuts to be maintained at low levels throughout, preserving the precious nutrients and flavours whilst achieving a silky smooth texture. There is no need to add salt, refined sugars, trans fats or preservatives.
You are free to create 100% natural, beautifully lightly roasted creamy nut butter.
In contrast – general shop-bought nut butter is processed using blades that chop up the peanuts, generating more heat which can alter the taste degrade the key vitamins and healthy oils and generally contain salt, sugar, hydrogenated oils (trans fat!) and preservatives to make it more shelf-stable, resulting in a lower nutritional quality product.
What is the best nut grinder?
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