Jan Ivarsson TransEdit
transedit.h at TELIA.COM
Fri Aug 10 15:51:28 UTC 2001
<<These tiny chocolate droplets are white outside and inside, with
assorted centers of nuts and fruits and some of caramel. Yes, they taste
like chocolates, but the eyes can't believe what they see.>>
>Sounds more like normal chocolate with white food coloring. Does that
>really count as an entry for the distinctly different confection we know
>today as white chocolate?
But why couldn't it be real white chocolate, which is made principally from cocoa butter (white!) and milk?
Cocoa butter has been made since 1828.
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