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Milk chocolate is a sweet chocolate used in making candies. It is rarely used in baking, except for cookies.
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What is the name of that old chocolate bar that was shaped like mountains like toblerone but was milk chocolate with white on top to look like snow?
There was a version of Toblerone that matches this description. we think it might be called the snocap ...
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Who invented milk chocolate?
Today there are multiple Swiss chocolate manufacturers who all claim responsibility for inventing the first milk chocolate. However, the first milk chocolate was the product of the collaboration between Henry Nestle, a maker of condensed milk, and his friend Daniel Peter. In 1876 Peter started experimenting with mixing milk and chocolate for a less bitter chocolate but his first attempts failed because the high water content in milk didn't allow proper binding. After eight years of experimenting he finally struck gold when mixing...
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Why does milk chocolate melt the fastest?
There is more "stuff" in it. The crystal structure of dark chocolate is more uniform and without interruptions. This enhanced crystal structure takes more energy to break apart and thus melts at a higher temperature. The reverse logic is also true in the case of milk chocolate. The crystal structure is less uniform and has more interruptions thus takes less energy thus melts at a lower temperature. Because milk is buttery and creamy and is less condensed than choclate powder. ...
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How is white chocolate made and why does it still taste similar to milk chocolate?
White chocolate is made the same way as milk chocolate and dark chocolate -- the difference is the ingredients. In fact, because of the ingredients, many people (including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration) don't consider "white chocolate" to be chocolate at all. Because white chocolate has no cocoa solids from the chocolate liquor, the FDA doesn't classify it as chocolate. However, the organization is working with chocolate manufacturers to establish a standard definition for white chocolate. Until a standard is published, check labels...
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At what temperature does Hershey's Milk chocolate melt at?
Milk Chocolate- 130 Degrees F Dark Chocolate-150 Degrees F White Chocolate- 110 Degrees FD ...
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If milk is white why is white chocolate not called milk chocolate and milk chocolate called brown chocolate?
Different types of chocolate There are really three types of chocolate: white, milk, and dark. Milk chocolate could reasonably be called brown chocolate, although there's a somewhat unappealing and unappetizing ring to that term. It usually contains from 33 to 50 percent cocoa and, as you may have guessed, milk or milk powder. Dark chocolate can contain much more cocoa than milk chocolate (up to 70 percent cocoa butter and solids) and contains no milk products. White chocolate contains only cocoa butter and...
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Is Terry's all gold milk chocolate vegetarian?
Yes. There's a rennet contamination risk due to the milk powder, or the actual presence of rennet in the milk powder, used, so Terrys All Gold is not suitable for vegans, but vegetarians may eat it. Regular eaters = meat/animal products/fruits/vegetables/etc Vegetarians = animal products/fruits/vegetables/etc Vegans = fruits/vegetables/etc (nuts, grains, sugar, just nothing from something with a face.) ...