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That's because the chocolate producer has not specified what the percentages are, so you don't know
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Posted to Thread #24064 at 2:20 am on Mar 24, 2013
how sweet or bitter the chocolates are.
A balanced diet is equal parts of milk and dark chocolate.
Other messages in this thread:
- 24064. To check out: Chocolate Truffle Cookies with Crackly Crust - from Tom Douglas [NT] [LINK] - Meryl - 7:50pm on 03/23/13 (10)
- If I have Dark Chocolate vs bittersweet, can I use it in this recipe? - LisainLA - 12:51am on 03/24/13
- The term "Dark Chocolate" is so misused it drives me mad! It's just a general term for both - Meryl - 1:01am on 03/24/13
- Here's a good article from Cook's Illustrated: [NT] [LINK] - Meryl - 1:12am on 03/24/13
- My sister says the same thing but I've tried the same recipe, once using bittersweet and - CynUpstateNY - 1:34am on 03/24/13
- That's because the chocolate producer has not specified what the percentages are, so you don't know - Meryl - 2:20am on 03/24/13
- Thanks for the info! To add to the confusion, Trader Joe's carries many Pound Plus bars - - LisainLA - 1:54am on 03/24/13
- Yeah, it's very confusing, thanks to companies who don't have the decency to list - Meryl - 2:23am on 03/24/13
- I believe the "dark" Pound-Plus is the equivalent of their former "Bittersweet." - Joe - 2:28am on 03/24/13
- Thanks for that info, too. I'll feel better using it in these cookies. [NT] - LisainLA - 2:48am on 03/24/13
- They also carry a 72% bittersweet - at least mine does -- milk, dark and bittersweet [NT] - cheezz - 8:54pm on 03/24/13