I make ganache and if you let it set and if you don't make it with a lot of cream it can set up nicely. So my question is this. Why no wet ingredients if you know how to incorporate them like in making ganache?
Time to get your orders in for Christmas delivery
Hey everyone and welcome to the holiday rush. I say this every year but please be patient with your orders. We are getting them out as fast as we can but they are coming in even faster than we anticipated. I KNOW the order confirmations say 1-3 days, but it is currently taking that to just get to them and then that again to get them out. Writing to ask just takes time away from packing them.
Let’s keep on with the Holidays and whatnot.
Testing and evaluation beans are available again.
Gift Certificates are a great way to get your chocolate maker something when you don’t know what they need or want.
There continues to be free shipping on FULL USPS flat rate boxes if you stuff them with ONLY beans, nibs or brewing cocoa.
The IR thermometer we have in stock has been discontinued so the 3 dozen we have is it.
The digital thermocouple, after many months, is back in stock.
That is all for now folks.
The holiday schedule
I attended the NW Chocolate Festival and wanted to follow up with you on a few things:
Will you be at the Northwest Chocolate Festival?
Cocoa butter Silk is back
Love this channel. I've yet to see anyone skilled enough to produce a quality video making dark milk chocolate without using caster sugar. Using Honey, maple or coconut sugar. Do you reckon you could think about doing such a video in the future?
Do I have to proof my nibs and sugar before starting my chocolate? I’m worried about caramelizing the sugars and getting off flavors that are not true to the bean.
The Nutrichef oil press is back in stock.
How should I roast beans from Mexico?
My media minion has talked me into a podcast and one episode this season is going to be answering your questions. So we need questions.
Today we have a speed round of questions.
What is the difference in a direct drive melanger and a belt or chain driven melanger?
I’m confused about making liquor in the Champion. In your videos you add nibs to the melanger. Why are you making liquor at all?
New beans folks
Milk powder is back in stock
I’m having some roasting trouble and would love to hear your opinion if you get a chance to respond. I’m using a Klarstein air fryer (1400w) to roast 1 kg of beans at a time.
Five new Vietnam have arrived