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Old 12-28-2020, 09:21 PM   #1
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Sharing chocolate techniques

Found this youtube video that is for candy makers/cake decorators. Enjoy.



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makes me want to jump up and do it!

Great video Chief, thanks!
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Very cool video. I wonder what you do with all the leftover bits of chocolate that were trimmed off.
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OMG... taxy.... there are NEVER leftover bits!
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OMG... taxy.... there are NEVER leftover bits!
Well, I didn't think they got thrown away. I was wondering if there were decorative uses for them or if they could be remelted, the ones with two colours, that is. I'm pretty sure you can remelt the single colour bits.
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Well, I didn't think they got thrown away. I was wondering if there were decorative uses for them or if they could be remelted, the ones with two colours, that is. I'm pretty sure you can remelt the single colour bits.
Yeah...they melt in your mouth...
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I think if I have money to pay for that counter, I could simply instead buy all the facy chocolates instead.
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I think if I have money to pay for that counter, I could simply instead buy all the facy chocolates instead.
LOL!!
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Found this youtube video that is for candy makers/cake decorators. Enjoy.



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You can buy those chocolate cigarettes.
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Old 07-14-2021, 08:44 AM   #11
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You can buy those chocolate cigarettes.
But where's the fun in that?

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But where's the fun in that?

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The fun is in buying, being able to afford them.
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if you need 120 of them , service is starting and the kitchen is already too hot for tempering.....

But learning choc never gets old.
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