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Is there an easy way to tint white chocolate? I am wanting to make molded
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Try www.chefrubber.com. They have a lot of professional stuff for
chocolate.


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Is there an easy way to tint white chocolate? I am wanting to make molded
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Is there an easy way to tint white chocolate? I am wanting to make molded
goodies and the would look better in color.
THe best way is to either use powdered food colors or oil-based ones. You can find these at a candy-making supply or cake supply business.

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Is there an easy way to tint white chocolate? I am wanting to make molded
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Have you tried food coloring?


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On 2/10/2014 12:29 AM, sf wrote:
On Tue, 06 Oct 2009 12:37:34 GMT, Edward Hughes
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Is there an easy way to tint white chocolate? I am wanting to make molded
goodies and the would look better in color.


Have you tried food coloring?


Adding any moisture, even just a drop, to melted chocolate tends to
make it suddenly solidify. I suppose one might be able to put a
drop or two of food colouring onto small bits of the white chocolate,
let them dry, then use them to tint the melt.



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Nice Information! I use berry on chocolate cake.


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