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Unformatted text preview: ◦ Cocoa Powder ▪ Chocolate liquor w/o cocoa butter ▪ Dutch cocoa (treated with alkali) ▪ 1tbsp butter+3tbs cocoa powder=1oz baking chocolate ◦ Semisweet ▪ granualted sugar, extra cocoa, 15% choc liquor ◦ Milk Chocolate ▪ Lighter, sweeter. 10% liquor, 40-50% granulated sugar ◦ Dark Chocolate ▪ darker = most concentrated cocoa = heart healthy ◦ White Chocolate ▪ sugar, cocoa butter, milk solids ▪ technically not chocolate (doesn't contain cocoa) ◦ Couventure ▪ High quality- extra cocoa butter (30-40%) ▪ Melts smoothly and is glossy (dipping, coating, molding) ◦ Compound ▪ Imitation chocolate- cheaper • made from combo of cocoa, veg fat, sweeteners • uses cheaper oils- coconut & palm kernel • Theobromine ◦ bitter alkaloid in cacao plant ◦ weaker then caffeine ◦ myocardial stimulant, vasodilator, aphrodisiac...
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2011 for the course NTR 307 taught by Professor Staskel during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '10