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May 19, 2004
8:48 am
coco loco
adelaide, Australia
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Aloha we would love to know of any information on the use of sunflower Lecithin as an emulsifier in chocolate making. We would love to know also any info regarding suppliers of this product.thanks everyone.

June 4, 2004
6:01 pm
Polarbear
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Plamil uses sunflower lechitine. It seems to work well, no problem with the concistency of the chocolate. Unfortunately, the taste of Plamil is awful.

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June 4, 2004
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Martin Christy
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Yes, but the consitency of Plamil is not so good either ...

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June 4, 2004
6:35 pm
Polarbear
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quote:


Originally posted by martinc

Yes, but the consitency of Plamil is not so good either ...


Well, opinions are like assholes, everyone have one [:D] I do not care so much about consitency (as long it is not really gritty), taste is superior. And Plamil tastes ash.

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June 5, 2004
9:22 pm
Hans-Peter Rot
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Opinions are also like assholes because no one wants to hear from either of them [:p]

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