Type/place To Buy Good Choc For Ganache

Decorating By MaurorLess67 Updated 18 May 2014 , 5:03am by drea88

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MaurorLess67 Posted 18 May 2014 , 2:07am
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AHi Gus--

Im sure this question has been asked and answered 10000 times on CC- i have been googling and. Trying to use the search feature to no avail--

I am looking for info on best place and brand of choc to order for ganache to use on cake under fondant-

I know the callet/buttons are the best I guess- 60-70% cocoa for semi-sweet and 35% for white-

I just can't land on a place to order from-and kind/brand- ANY suggestions please I am doing a few cakes next weekend and making my own grandsons (ugh!!!! Crazy to even think Ill be a Gram!) baby shower cake in a few weeks- I live in the US- New York actually-

Thanks in advance!! Mo

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kellyk1234 Posted 18 May 2014 , 4:01am
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AI usually use Ghirardelli, but recently I found out that Lindt chocolate was cheaper at my local grocery store (walmart). I LOVE lindt chocolate. If you're looking for bulk chocolate, then check out pastryportal.com. If you like the way it tastes, then you'll like it made into ganache. :)

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drea88 Posted 18 May 2014 , 5:03am
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AI'm not a ganache expert, but I've successfully used Ghiradelli and Lindt for ganache.

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