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Snickygirl 02-09-2013 02:54 PM

Bittersweet and Semi-sweet Choc - Can I Melt Together For Fondue?
 
I will be melting Ghirardelli baking chocolate bars for a fondue.

I'm worried that all bittersweet will be too bitter; and all semi-sweet will be too sweet, (on already somewhat sweet dippers like strawberries, cheescake, etc.)

Could I use 1/2 of each bitter and semi and melt them together? Or would that not work for some reason?!

Would the 2 flavors go together and would the 2 bars mix / melt together well?


Thank you for any thoughts or suggestions.

Soobee 02-09-2013 04:45 PM

I always
I always melt milk and dark chocolates together for my Christmas candies. Never had a problem.

rosethorns 02-09-2013 06:43 PM

Use all your Ghirardelli and add powdered Eyrthirtol or powdered Xyilitol and liqiuid sucralose . Then taste it. Thats how you learn what you like.

Splenda alone makes chocolate bitter.


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