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www.thespruce.com/how-to-fix-overheated-or-burnt-chocolate-521579

Nov 28, 2016 ... If you run into problems with burnt, overheated, or seized chocolate, all is ... When the melted chocolate comes into contact with water, the dry ...

www.thespruce.com/how-to-melt-chocolate-521583

Melting chocolate with liquids is often faster and more convenient since it often speeds melting times and prevents common chocolate problems like overheating  ...

www.cooksillustrated.com/how_tos/5712-how-to-fix-seized-chocolate

Seizing describes the nearly instantaneous transformation of chocolate from a fluid state to a stiff, grainy one. When chocolate is melted, its ingredients—mainly  ...

www.sheknows.com/food-and-recipes/articles/977613/in-a-pickle-how-to-salvage-overheated-chocolate

Jun 4, 2016 ... Most bakers agree — melting chocolate can be tricky. ... mixing thoroughly, then straining again if the first time didn't fully solve the problem.

www.chocoley.com/blog/resources/chocolate-101-preventing-problems-when-working-with-chocolate

4) The correct temperature coaxes the very best out of chocolate and prevents issues. Make sure to check the correct melting temperatures for the items you've ...

www.craftybaking.com/learn/ingredients/chocolate/problems-and-solutions

Melting and/or tempering bloomed chocolate eliminates the problem, although chocolate affected with sugar bloom should not be melted and used for fine ...

dyingforchocolate.blogspot.com/2012/03/chocolate-bytes-how-to-fix-seized.html

Mar 18, 2012 ... How many times have you been melting chocolate waiting for that ... So today I thought I'd mention a few hints to prevent or to fix the problem.

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Jan 20, 2012 ... Have you ever tried to melt chocolate and found it got lumpy and thick, that is called seized chocolate. Don't throw it out this video shows you ...

www.fooducation.org/2009/02/chocolate-part-1-why-it-seizes-with.html

Mar 15, 2009 ... If just a little amount of water finds its way into melting chocolate, it goes all grainy and ... The solution to the problem: start by failing on purpose!