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Thanks for the info, but must be at least 70 to get the benefits...
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Posted to Thread #17680 at 2:16 pm on Feb 10, 2010
or so I have always heard.
The addition of milk choco wouldn't give me enough smoothness (IMHO), I don't think. Besides, I like the flavor of white chocolate, oh chocolate goddess :o)
How did the fool *get* his money?!
Other messages in this thread:
- 17680. Does anyone know if adding white "chocolate" wafers to 70 percent dark chocolate (the "good" choc) - DawnNYS - 10:59am on 02/10/10 (10)
- Why don't you use a slightly sweeter chocolate, such as 55 - 60 per cent? Still is a good [LINK] - Meryl - 11:20am on 02/10/10
- Thanks for the info, but must be at least 70 to get the benefits... - DawnNYS - 2:16pm on 02/10/10
- That's not correct - it's 55-60 and up. Let me know how it turns out if you add the white. - Meryl - 2:33pm on 02/10/10
- You are still getting the benefits but less by volume. Just think of it - Luisa_Calif - 7:29pm on 02/10/10
- Thanks, Luisa - you worded it better than I did. :) [NT] - Meryl - 7:38pm on 02/10/10
- Good - you just confirmed what I thought - you're eating it, but you'd just - DawnNYS - 10:10pm on 02/10/10
- Another reason to eat your Valentine Chocolates without feeling guilty. [NT] [LINK] - Curious1 - 9:36am on 02/12/10
- I wonder if they need volunteers for their new study? [NT] - AngAk - 1:23pm on 02/12/10
- I'm impressed by your willingness to give so much for the sake of Scientific research. ;-) [NT] - Curious1 - 7:55am on 02/13/10
- I wonder.... - SallyBR - 11:01am on 02/14/10