TYPES OF CHOCOLATE
UNSWEETENED CHOCOLATE: The basic chocolate from which all other porducts are made. It is molded into 1-ounce blocks and sold in 8-ounce packages.
It may also be sold melted and packaged in envelopes. SEMISWEET CHOCOLATE: Unsweetened chocolate with sugar, extra cocoa butter, and flavorings added to give it a satiny gloss. It is molded into 1-ounce blocks and sold in 8-ounce packages or formed into chocolate chips. SWEET BAKING CHOCOLATE (GERMAN SWEET CHOCOLATE): Similar to semisweet chocolate, but has more sugar and is packaged in 4-ounce bars. MILK CHOCOLATE: Sweet chocolate with milk added. It is sold in various shapes and bars. ALMOND BARK: An artificial chocolate made with vegetable fats instead of cocoa butter, with coloring and flavorings added. It is sold in 1½- pound packages or in blocks and round discs where candy supplies are sold. UNSWEETENED COCOA: A form of pure chocolate with most of the cocoa butter removed and ground into powder. It is sold in 8-ounce or 16-ounce cans. CHOCOLATE-FLAVORED SYRUP: A combination of cocoa, corn syrup, and flavoring and is available in various sizes in jars, cans, or plastic containers. Formatted by Rose Capoccia From CHOCOLATE FANTASIES From Gemini's MASSIVE MealMaster collection at www.synapse.com/~gemini
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