"hi Brad, I´ve been following you for a long while, and frankly have learned a lot with your posts. Thanks for sharing.
In one of your posts about one year ago you mentioned you were developing a new, sturdy and versatile tempering machine of…"
"whatever the reasons are, i am very saddened by this development. I have always found her posts and contributions well documented, insightful, enlightening and I have often found myself coming back to them for reference. In…"
Nice to know you. And yes, in my opinion, our Western friends are more sophisticated about food, and they have centuries experience with chocolate too.
Where is the exact cacao plantation you have been visited? In Philipine,…"
This is the group where ChocolateLife members can A) Advertise USED equipment for sale to other ChocolateLife members. B) Let other ChocolateLife members know that they are looking for equipment (new or used).See More
Are you looking to start a chocolate business? Want to talk to others who've been there or done that - or have you been there and done it and want to share with others? This is the place to discuss it.See More
Nice knowing a friend interested in chocolates. Are you a Filipino? Yes we have been making the old style chocolate "tableya" in our own dialect since the 80's. It was handed down to us by my father, born in Pila, Laguna…"
Nice knowing a friend interested in chocolates. Are you a Filipino? Yes we have been making the old style chocolate "tableya" in our own dialect since the 80's. It was handed down to us by my father, born in Pila, Laguna where tsokolate is a native fare. We have acquired a 2nd hand 5kg capacity roaster from Japan a stone melangeurs from India to improve our quality. It seems it did.