Hello chocophiles! I've been lurking for a year or so, I'm so excited to finally say hello. I have a tiny little chocolate shop in New Paltz, about 80 miles from NYC. Everything we do is organic,…Continue
Hello,We're selling a 2 month old manual crank confectionary guitar cutter. The cutter isn't right for our product so we're moving in another direction for production. All parts are original and like new, just used a half a dozen times. This is heavy (300+ lbs) so freight shipping will be required or pickup from upstate New York. Asking Price: $3500 (not included freight)Purchase price:$3,550.00 for CSM060 manual crank guitar cutter$350 for CSM06004 25MM frame$350 for CSM06004 25MM second…See More
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"Thank you, Lagusta, for your response. It's certainly not as easy as I thought it was going to be. The recipe given on the internet was said, on the same website, to be easy and delicious. I suppose that coconut sugar…"
We make a version of what you're making that we use for fillings and things. You can't really use it as a "ganache" without adding so much cocoa butter that it tastes terrible, or so much sugar that it's way…"
"Hi: I did a search on that company on the internet and you were right about contacting them. But the computer wanted me to open an Outlook account for emails and when I wouldn't the notice appeared saying the address was…"
"Yesterday I tried to make the vegan white chocolate using a recipe I found on the internet and which called for coconut oil, coconut butter and coconut sugar. I first of all melted the cocobutter and then added the oil to it and mixed them…"
"Hello! How nice to meet another vegan organic chocolate company!
And what a bizarre experience with the Callebaut rice milk chocolate, wow. I'll look out for it, even though it sounds rather odd. I'm now working with Cacao Prieto, in…"
"Sorry. I wasn't clear. I was referring to a white chocolate, not a milk chocolate.
So for WHITE CHOCOLATE; instead of milk I use the lucuma- WITH cacao butter.
For a 'milk' chocolate I'd use less cacao solids and would add…"
"Sorry, my mistake, but then the lucama or cashews are used instead of the milk? I see your point then, but then it is not a milk chocolate but a Lucama chocolate. That is going to taste very different, isn't it? Where can I buy your…"