|By Stelios (Stelios) on Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 12:40 pm: Edit|
HELLO...!I'M STELIOS AND I LIVE IN GREECE..
MY QUESTION IS SIMPE LIKE THAT...".
WHAT EXACLY THE TERM "COATING CHOCOLATE " MEANS..?
I RECENTLY BOUGHT 2 BOOKS WRITTEN BY BO FRIBERG, WHERE I FOUND THIS " COATING CHOCO " THING IN SECTION "CHOCOLATE WORK..
IT MEANS " FAKE CHOCOLATE" WITHOUT ANY COCOA BUTTER...?
I USE THE WORD FAKE CAUSE IN GREECE THE TERM "ÁÐÏÌÉÌÌÉÓÇ" MEANS FAKE...
ANYBODY CAN HELP ME...!
THAKS A LOT...STELIOS23
|By Avanter (Avanter) on Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 03:09 pm: Edit|
sure, coating choc is where the take out the cocoa butter and replace it with vegetable fats, this means you do not have to temper to choc, just melt and use. Most coating chocs dont have the same "snap" as tempered choc does, but its the price we pay to save a few steps. Coating choc are very good for things that will be out in the cases for a few days, like petit fours sec and dried fruits.