temperture

Laura Marion
@laura-marion
04/25/11 09:03:11AM
27 posts

Hi all i know that this seems very basic but i would like to know what peoples views are about temperature, i have read a lot and i keep getting different temps.

1 when first starting in the tempering cycle is it safe to go about 45oC ?

2 what is the best room temp for making chocolate in ?

3 what is the best storage temp for a finished solid chocolate or filled chocolate ?

look forward to hearing from you


updated by @laura-marion: 05/07/15 02:44:00PM
antonino allegra
@antonino-allegra
04/25/11 10:50:09AM
143 posts

Hi there,

i don't know if my way of work is 100% to the books, my working temperatures are more or less those:

-room temperature between 20/22C (constant), Humidity not superior of 60%.

-depending on the chocolate quality (dark) i bring the temperature between 45 and 48C (50C is already dangerous zone),

milk choc. or white choc should not go over 43/45C (burning of the milk solids)

-i store my chocolate in a room at about 16/18C and a air humidity of 55/60%

I hope is a little help.

Laura Marion
@laura-marion
04/26/11 08:00:21AM
27 posts
ok cool thanks for the reply i appreciate it

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