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Can we say "Chocolate excessive"?

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After my volunteer work at the Toronto Taste, 1 of the vendors gave me a big old bucket of liquid chocolate (easily 5kg if not more). I've got it tightly sealed in an air tight container sitting in cold storage (>16c). I doubt I'd go through all this chocolate anytime soon so can anyone suggest a better way of storing it or tips on how to extend the shelf life? I have no room in the fridge or freezer (though I do think the freezer would cause more harm to the chocolate). Any sugestions?

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post #2 of 7
Open mouth, insert chocolate.

Storage issues...none. :lips:
Kevin
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post #3 of 7
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Yeah well, I've been doing that at work, esspecially when a big shipment of Quality Street chocolates came in and most of it has now been donated to us at Pitney Bowes. OINK!
post #4 of 7
Never heard of liquid chocolate. Is it like chocolate syrup? Is it sweetened?You can always use it for brownies.
post #5 of 7
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Sorry, proper term melted chocolate!
post #6 of 7
What are the additives to make this stuff liquid, so that it doesn't harden? Who makes it?
post #7 of 7
take ir to an underprivilaged camp and let them dring chocolate milk till they can't drink any more. :D

thank stuff is even good with powered milk!
Live as if you were to die tomorrow, Learn as if you were to live forever. MG
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