September 21st, 2023
Ever wondered why your chocolate bar is covered in mouldy like layer? Like the picture below…
It’s all because of something called “chocolate bloom.” When your chocolate goes from warm to cold and back again, it can change its chemical structure.
This happens because the cocoa butter in the chocolate melts and separates from the rest of it, making it crystallize and look white on the surface.
In this blog, we’ll explain why this happens, what causes it, and whether it’s still okay to eat your chocolate when it looks like this. Let’s demystify the world of chocolate together!
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