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Rajarajeshwari Kainthaje

My experience with wet grinder.


I have a wet grinder (1.5 Lt capacity) and used to grind my Cocoa in it. It was fun at times, sometimes frustrating too!!! The wet grinder...
@Rajarajeshwari Kainthaje started 12 years ago - replies: 6
eli greenberg

where to start


i would enjoy tring to make my own chocolate from bean to bar, but where do i start , where can i find more information about this , and where can...
@eli greenberg started 10 years ago - replies: 1
Tom

Santha (Spectra), Ultra or Cosmos


I have a Spectra 10 - modified for chocolate making from chocolatealchemy. This works great for chocolate making but has a bearing in the centre of...
@Tom started 12 years ago - replies: 0
Daniel Mollsen

Basic milk chocolate recipes


I'm sure this is ground that's been plowed already and I just can't find it, but I am looking for some very basic recipes for milk chocolate. The...
@Daniel Mollsen started 9 years ago - replies: 0
alana reyes

simple manufacture of chocolate at home


I am a student of agriculture at the eastern carribean institute of agriculture and forestry in Trinidad and am currently doing research on the...
@alana reyes started 11 years ago - replies: 5
Gap

Identifying mouldy beans


Hi, I was wondering if someone could give me some guides for identifying mouldy beans. I'm new to chocolate making and recently roasted a new...
@Gap started 7 years ago - replies: 3
Mark Gerrits

Advice on storing roasted nibs


Dear firends. I would appreciate some advice. I roasted, cracked and winnowed my first batch of beans this past weekend. I put the nibs in a...
@Mark Gerrits started 7 years ago - replies: 2
michael gadaleta

Sourcing Fair Trade Cocoa Beans


Hi, We have a Bean to Bar (and really bean to everything chocolate) shop in the works and found that sourcing high quality f/t beans is quite...
@michael gadaleta started 6 years ago - replies: 4
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