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Old 15-10-2008, 03:48 PM posted to rec.food.chocolate,rec.food.cooking
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Default Chocolate In A Cotton Candy Machine

Mark Thorson wrote:
The thought occurred to me that it might be possible
to run chocolate though a cotton candy machine.
It might be necessary to reduce the heat of the
heater, because chocolate melts at a much lower
temperature tthan sugar. Also, it might be necessary
to spin the chocolate in a cold atmosphere, so the
chocolate would solidfy quickly.

Some additive might be necessary so that the filaments
would be strong. Sugar might work for that, though
it would be better if that could be avoided.

Any thoughts? Anyone got a machine?


It wouldn't harden quick enough to make threads.

For a similar effect, try drizzling melted chocolate over a slowly
deflating Teflon-coated balloon.

-sw

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