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^ this began by doing a few courses. The teacher was at the World Chocolate Masters thing in France a couple of year's ago. One of the dudes from Hershey's was there and they were all doing a tasting of various single-origin fancy stuff. Mr Hershey was 'proud' of the fact they effectively leach out the flavour of the beans they use and add it back in artificially, for consistency. NICE.
I've not tried making it from scratch but have been making chocolate and flavoured truffles recently.
3 of the successful ones - wattleseed, salted rosemary, fresh mint. Let's not talk about the others.
anybody here ever try making it?
- i'm not a fan of "sweet" chocolate. i like the strange combos... sea salt, chili, etc.sine
- never tried the wasabi though.sine
- Yeah, the salt in this one is good. Don't even try the wasabi, it's from the devil's cheeseboard.eoin
- yeah I was skeptical about the salted ones, but it was very goodMiguex
- also, it's redundant to call it sea salt, since all salt comes from the seaMiguex
I was hoping this thread would be like Chick of the day But with Black Chicks
- by sell out I mean being sold to B&N but i guess everyone's gotta eat (no pun intended) their stuff's good.ohhhhhsnap
- Yeah, they're part of Cadbury's now? Still better than baked-turd Hershey's.MrT
- Great chocolate. And yeah shame they had to sell out to the fat cats. Way of the world...inteliboy