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Copha

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Question:
Is there a substitute for copha when making chocolate crackles?
Robyn

Answer:
Unfortunately, there's no substitute for copha when making chocolate crackles that gives a good result. At a pinch, you could try melted chocolate.

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