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........ The least expensive chocolate I could find was chocolate chips from Aldi. Sam's and Costco also sell chocolate chips cheaply............

choc chips also hold up better to piping.  They seem to hold their shape better.   Wouldn't use them for a pouring ganache though.

http://www.countrykitchensa.com/shop/food-items/real-chocolate-chocolate-with-cocoa/46/588/563/

Country Kitchen sells bulk  real chocolate in 1 lb., 5 lb., 10 lb.   Merkins,  Peters,  Callebaut,  Guittard

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I use Guittards white a-peels for some decorative items. They are far better than those Wilton bags of candy melts.

 

What kinds of questions do you have about chocolates and ganache? I know a fair amount, and I can direct you to experts online if you're looking for that?

Thank you, Stiches.  I'll send you a PM with my regular email address.

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