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John DePaula

EZtemper - The Help You Need to Achieve Perfectly Tempered Chocolate FAST!

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Haha, that's how I do it with the colors as well. Although much smaller containers since I wouldn't be able to fit many of that size in my small little "melter" or whatever it's called. 

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I was assured by Jessica that the EZtemper would be the best investment I will ever make, in any piece of equipment.


How right she was.


I'm lovin' it...



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So the World Chocolate Master's in coming up at the end of the month running concurrently with the Salon du Chocolat in Paris.


Two of these contestants are EZtemper owners and EZtemper has been chosen as a sponsor of the WCM so I will be providing 5 machines for use during the competition and one as a prize.


Unfortunately the Canadian contestant Chris Kwok was forced to withdraw in June. I had hoped he would be another EZtemper user at the competition.


You can follow the competition live streamed on YouTube here. I'll be there to watch in person!







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