Untempered chocolate....what must I do?

Jacquie Schofield
@jacquie-schofield
08/10/10 06:54:02PM
11 posts

Good Evening!

I am a beginner in the "chocolate life". I think perhaps I am over my head in joining this site butI am hopingin doing so ,I can learn some new things.

I do have a question perhaps a silly one but none the less, I don't know the answer. I received bulk chocolate the other day and due to the summer temperatures it arrived a bit soft. I assume it is out of temper. Do I have to melt and temperall the chocolate and let it solidify then melt and temper again to cover candy? Any help would be greatly appreciated

Jacquie


updated by @jacquie-schofield: 04/11/15 10:24:04PM
Robyn Wood
@robyn-wood
08/10/10 07:48:02PM
29 posts
No, just temper what you need. There's no reason to temper all the chocolate, and then re-do it. I have all kinds of bloomed chocolate, and I just temper as needed.
Jacquie Schofield
@jacquie-schofield
08/11/10 04:51:27PM
11 posts
Thank you so much for your reply. I am sure I will have many more questions in the future.

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