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>> No. 10493 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 10:47 am
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Dark chocolate + white chocolate = milk chocolate????
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>> No. 10494 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 11:39 am
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The BNP's worst nightmare.
>> No. 10495 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 4:08 pm
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No. White chocolate is make with cocoa butter only, in comparison to dark chocolate which is made of both cocoa butter and pure cocoa. Milk chocolate is simply dark chocolate with added milk.

In addition to this, dark and white chocolates have different melting properties, meaning it's quite difficult to get them to mix. Even if you did, what you'd end up with would taste more like incredibly sweet and fatty dark chocolate than anything else. It wouldn't be very nice, and wouldn't taste at all like milk chocolate.
>> No. 10497 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 4:55 pm
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>>10495

I dunno...I think I'll try it out and post results.
>> No. 10499 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 5:13 pm
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>>10497

Your results are in ... you have diabetes.
>> No. 10510 Anonymous
17th February 2014
Monday 12:57 pm
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>>10497

OK, I've done it with some economy Sainsbury's chocolate and it went brilliantly. They don't taste much like milk chocolate but more like a creamy dark chocolate and they're very pleasant.

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