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I've read some older threads on here about keeping your cocoa butter warm in a dehydrator. We picked up a NutriChef PKFD32 which was the closest we could find to a recommended one (2016/2018) and none of our bottles fit. Which had us ask--are people putting their bottles preset in here or are you using cups/transferring and cleaning your bottles over and over? Also if the PKFD32 isn't what we should be using, is there one generally people like now?
We've grown up from cheap airbrushes to the Grex line and we're attempting to get much more serious about our airbrush techniques. It's been long enough. Any thoughts, tips, tricks, or considerations are greatly appreciated.
Id like your advise about freezing bonbons.
Lets say i would start to freeze my bonbons now in the summer for Christmas. Would they last for such an extended period of time?
Also using natural colouring, would the colour remain as good when i open them up after a couple of months?
Would be great to hear your thoughts and experiences on the matter
Ive been having some difficulty with Valhrona Milk 38%. It doesn't seem to temper like any other milk chocolate.
I melt the chocolate to 45C and then using the seeding technique i drop the temp down to 30C.
When at 30C it seems tempered but after a few minutes i start to see bad tempering results.
Is there something in particular about this chocolate that i should know about?
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