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Originally Posted by indydebi View Post

If you're using the double boiler method (bowl of candy in another container of boiling water), take care that NONE of the steam is getting into the chocolate. If water gets in there, teh chocolate will seize up and get thick or just down right hard. Even adding shortening to it, once this happens, won't fix it ...........
 

If you use the double boiler, keep a towel next to the stove.  When you're done with your melting you can sit the top bowl on the towel.  Dry off any water on the bottom so you don't accidently get some in your chocolate or on your utensils later.

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