Modeling Chocolate Tips

Decorating By GeminiBaker Updated 16 Mar 2016 , 3:08am by jellybeanlane

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GeminiBaker Posted 16 Mar 2016 , 12:03am
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I did my first batch of modeling chocolate.  It turned out well. I am happy with it. There are a few tiny lumps. Is there a way to get those out?

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jellybeanlane Posted 16 Mar 2016 , 3:08am
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you can just pick those out as you kneed it while using it, they are pieces of the kyro that didn't mix well ... I usually kneed mine really well to get any out then let it rest before I use it to make my swans or roses etc...  the choc melting chips( the colored ones at Walmart) tend to do it more than just reg choc chips and you will also find it will be a lot more oily when you begin to kneed it, but after you kneed it for awhile let it rest then do it again and rest then it is so much easier to work with just from my own experiences.... hope this helps you!

Jellybean ;0)

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