baking chocolate


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Noun1.baking chocolate - pure unsweetened chocolate used in baking and icings and sauces and candybaking chocolate - pure unsweetened chocolate used in baking and icings and sauces and candy
chocolate - a food made from roasted ground cacao beans
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There's an opportunity to help the already fast-growing organic baking chocolate category gain even more momentum by broadening its appeal and making it more accessible, and we're seeing evidence of that in retailers' demand for more options in this space," says Beth Goeddel, vice president of marketing and strategy at Artisan Kettle Organic Chocolate, based in Madison, Wis.
As little as 4 ounces of milk chocolate or a half ounce of baking chocolate can cause serious problems in a 10-pound dog.
The economy-related rise in home cooking has led to only scattered upticks across lifestyles and behavior stages in the consumption of baking chocolate.
The business has been expanded to carry the finest fondue pots, fondue chocolate, baking chocolate, chocolate molding and carry cakes and non-alcoholic drinks from around the world
Rachel and her students at Ballymaloe cookery school in Cork are baking chocolate cakes with a chocolate butter-cream filling.
NESTLE CHOCOLATE: Nestle Chocolatier premium baking chocolate is the latest to join the ranks of the gourmet, more intense chocolates that reference the percentage of cacao (the higher it is, the more chocolate in each bite) as an indication of quality.
It's not often you see elderly church-going ladies baking chocolate cakes for prostitutes working the streets at night.
4 ounces unsweetened baking chocolate 1 cup (1/2 lb.
The report also includes industry definition, 5-year historical trends on industry sales, establishments and employment, a breakdown of establishments, sales and employment by employee size of establishment (9 categories), and estimates on up to 10 sub-industries, including chocolate candy, chocolate bars, cocoa butter, instant cocoa and baking chocolate.
While the most dedicated scratch bakers would seem to hail from Plain Rural Living start-up and younger bustling Struggling Urban Core families, higher-than-average consumption rates of baking chocolate can be seen across most of the family lifestyles tracked by Nielsen.