11th March 2016
Demonstrate how to use melted chocolate to ‘weld’ together edible items to create super-yummy chocolate structures.
When heated, chocolate undergoes a physical change, from a solid to a liquid. As it cools it returns to being a solid. Chocolate melts between 30–40°C which is why chocolate is ‘melt in the mouth’.
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