I want to make chocolate, what should I buy?

I want to make chocolate, what should I buy?

Another popular request isI want to make chocolate, what should I buy? You can use many combinations to create chocolate. To get really smooth results, buy manufactured fresh chocolate and melt it, temper it and put in your chosen templates and moulds. The taste is awesome! It’s 75% dark chocolate with unrefined cane sugar.  Next best smooth result is buying cocoa liquor or mass. You need to melt it, add sweeteners or flavours that you like, and then temper and mold it. You will feel it’s grainy but definitely enjoyable.  Third best choice is roasted cacao nibs. You will need to grind them, probably adding cacao butter to smooth out the mass that you get, and you will get quite close to 2nd point.  Raw cocoa beans. You need to roast, peel and break them. What you get is 3rd point.  Mix cacao powder, cacao butter, sweeteners and flavouring of your …

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Handmade chocolate, how to do.

Handmade chocolate, how to do.

If you want to make your own bean to bar chocolate, it takes time and effort.First you need to roast beans, and there are lots and lots of information online on how exactly you do that.Then you can peel each bean separately or you can break them (the easiest method is enclosing them in a bag and smashing with something hard) and remove husk by air blow from hair fan. Now what you’ve got is roasted cocoa nibs. You can buy it in my store at price of 800 baht if next time you want to speed the process up. You need to grind cocoa nibs into smooth fine paste. In manufacturing this process takes from 36 to 72 hours! Not only nibs are ground during this process, but dry milk and sugar as well. Most likely, you will have to rely on your grinder or powerful blender. Add some …

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Peanut butter fudge

Healthy and satisfying treat full of protein and fat. Just what it is needed for New Year!

More on transfats

Let’s talk some more about chocolate vs chocolate compound, saturated fats and translates, should we?Some times ago medical science considerate unsaturated fat as good and saturated fats as bad. Not it’s quite opposite, and all is about their effect on blood vessels. You can research further in this subject, and I try to keep it brief.As you I posted yesterday data, both cocoa butter and hydrogenated palm oil are high in saturated fats. Generally, nowadays it doesn’t considered obviously bad, but. The thing is not all saturated fats are equal. Some raise cholesterol, some do not. Why is it so? Because they consist of different acids: lauric, stearic, palmitic and myristic. So chocolate gets a good reputation as its cocoa butter consists of stearic acid that doesn’t raise LDL cholesterol. Palm oil with its palmitic acid are in much more shady area and may be the cause of inflammation. More …

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Chocolate vs chocolate compound

Many people LOVE LOVE LOVE chocolate products, be that bars or chocolate cakes. But do you really know what you consume when you buy chocolate products?It’s a very common for bakeries and manufacturers to use chocolate compound instead of real chocolate. The reasons why are:– compound is crazily cheap! It’s at least 5 times cheaper than chocolate.– it is heat stable. It contains solidified palm fats so it keeps it shape even in hot surroundings. Usually it’s labeled as vegetable fat or oil.– it is easy to hold and shape because doesn’t require tempering. You can melt and mould compound with ease. Chocolate consists of cocoa mass (it has both cocoa powder and butter altogether) and sugar. Some chocolate bars also include lecithin to prolong shelf life.Compound consists of numerous components. Do you want to consume all of them? Nowadays many people try to make best efforts to include in …

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French bread, gluten-free

This is French bread made with Cassava Flour by recipe of OttoNaturals.com 180 gr of cassava flour 180 gr of arrowroot starch/tapioca flour 4 eggs, beaten 7 gr of active yeast 2 tbs of sugar half cup of warm water 4 tbs of butter Mix flours with salt and butter. Activate yeast by mixing it in warm water with dissolved sugar. Add beaten eggs to flour mix and then add yeast mix. The dough is going to be runny. Leave it for 40 minutes. Transfer it to the baking tray and bake 15-20 minutes at 200 C.

Stevia for fitness

Stevia for fitness

Stevia is the best sweetener for those who are into fitness and watching their weight. It doesn’t increase calorie or carbs count, so sweeten away your day without worries!

Cocoa Beans

Cocoa Beans

Cocoa beans is the source of many of products in my shop, so I love and truly respect them, They are rich source of minerals and vital elements, that we are craving thinking of chocolate. Cocoa beans are the purest form of chocolate possible, the base and the start. Can you eat cocoa beans? Surely, you can. Roasting and peeling the shell of surely make eating them more enjoyable. Cocoa beans sold at Clean shop by weight. 1 kg is 500 baht, 500 gr is 300 baht. If you want, you can ask me and I will sell you 250 grams for 200 baht. Flat shipping rate within Thailand is 100 baht. Yes, you can buy them in bulk and get huge discount. Ask your friends, maybe they want cocoa beans too?

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