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Spraying Chocolate
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Hi. I am looking for the best, simple solution to spray chocolate. What do you recommend? How does it work, how do you go about it? I appreciate your input, tips & tricks

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I use it with cocoa butter thinned chocolate and colored coca butter. I love it, it loves me.I use it for spraying chocolate molds because my airbrush didn't love me. It 's trickier to clean than an airbrush but works much more quickly. , I see these days don't really present anything that I'm interested in custom essay writing service .but I'm most definitely interest in this one. I am in reality happy with article quality and direction. This post is spot on in enlightening how some ideology applies to any writing position. 

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Hi. I am looking for the best, simple solution to spray chocolate. What do you recommend? How does it work, how do you go about it? I appreciate your input, tips & tricks  

It depends on the application. If you mean decorating a mould, an airbrushing kit would be the best bet using coloured cocoa butter. Otherwise I would just paint/flick/Rub it into the mould. That would be the cheapest way of doing it for sure!

Some people use luster dust and just brush it in/on the chocolate. What is the effect you're trying to achieve? 

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i know a lot of people hate axe because of it's attachment to douchebaggery, and i feel the same, but i really like the smell of axe chocolate spray. i think it smells really good, as opposed to some of the awful other sprays, so Ez Assignment Service UK & i usually spray my self down with it under my clothing, and it seems to be carried with me throughout the day. 

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I had known many individuals loathe hatchet due to it's connection to debauchery, and i feel the same, however i truly like the possess an aroma similar to chop out chocolate splash. i think it smells okay, instead of a portion of the Do My Essay For Me horrendous different splashes, so i for the most part shower my self down with it under my attire, and it is by all accounts conveyed with me for the duration of the day.

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I think it notices affirm, rather than a bit of the appalling distinctive sprinkles, so I generally shower myself down with write my paper for me it under my clothing, and it is in every way passed on with me for the term of the day.

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It relies upon the application. In the event that you mean embellishing a shape, a digitally embellishing pack would be the best wager utilizing shaded cocoa spread. Assignment Help Online Else I would simply paint/flick/Rub it into the form. That would be the least expensive method for doing it without a doubt.

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Hi Garet

Cherylfaye said
I had known many individuals loathe hatchet due to it's connection to debauchery, and i feel the same, however i truly like the possess an aroma similar to chop out chocolate splash. i think it smells okay, instead of a portion of the Do My Essay For Me horrendous different splashes, so i for the most part shower my self down with it under my attire, and it is by all accounts conveyed with me for the duration of the day.  

Hi. To reply to the original post above ... Airbrush is fine, when you have compressed air availableWink. But bear in mind, that when you airbrush you will always add air (obviously) to the liquid you spray. This too often results in a large cloud, called overspray.

The best way to spray without compressed air, is using a food safe electric spray gun. I stress food safe, because too often I see professionals working with DIY paint sprayers. Use professional equipment if you are a true professional! And for this purpose I recommend the KREA Swiss brand. These sprayers are Swiss quality and food safe certified. The KREA Swiss portfolio includes a sprayer that is called hotCHOC - it is heated. Check out their Web (www.kreaswiss.com) and Facebook with pics and lots of videos (https://www.facebook.com/KREASwissFoodEquipment/?ref=bookmarks). ... there is a also a KREA Swiss YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJW3UBLtm986Mf3qZoDu1wQ)

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RealRob said
Hi Garet

Hi. To reply to the original post above ... Airbrush is fine, when you have compressed air availableWink. But bear in mind, that when you airbrush you will always add air (obviously) to the liquid you spray. This too often results in a large cloud, called overspray.

The best way to spray without compressed air, is using a food safe electric spray gun. I stress food safe, because too often I see professionals working with DIY paint sprayers. Use professional equipment if you are a true professional! And for this purpose I recommend the KREA Swiss brand. These sprayers are Swiss quality and food safe certified. The KREA Swiss portfolio includes a sprayer that is called hotCHOC - it is heated. Check out their Web (www.kreaswiss.com) and Facebook with pics and lots of videos (https://www.facebook.com/KREASwissFoodEquipment/?ref=bookmarks). ... there is a also a KREA Swiss YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJW3UBLtm986Mf3qZoDu1wQ)  

 

Sounds really nice. Do they also ship to US, you know that @realrob? The multispray looks nice too.  Did anybody purchase one of those food sprays? what are your thoughts? Any selfmade pictures? 

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