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I just made my first batch of 70% cocoa and corn syrup. I need help with white chocolate.What is the best white chocolate to buy for this and is there a % that I should look for in white for Modeling? Please help..Thank You, Patty Soto

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I've made it with Nestle white chips and had no problems!
When you used the white chips did you add the corn syrup to it?
Sorry...didn't see this post...yes, I added the corn syrup to the Nestle white chips....it came out great!
I have used the Wilton and Merkens chocolate too and it works well you do have to use the corn syrup. I have not worked with modeling chocolate a lot but getting ready to this next week making Sesame Street characters.
I made a man sitting in a chair this weekend and he and the chair came out great..I used Lindt 70% Cocao and Dove Silky Smooth. I mixed them togeather with the corn syrup... Came out great.... Good like with yours....

jeri c said:
I have used the Wilton and Merkens chocolate too and it works well you do have to use the corn syrup. I have not worked with modeling chocolate a lot but getting ready to this next week making Sesame Street characters.

Genuine chocolate yields a stronger, more pliable modeling chocolate. You can download the first 8 pages of my upcoming book on modeling chocolate here: http://www.wickedgoodies.net/modeling-chocolate-recipe/, which includes recipes and suggestions for which kinds of chocolates to buy.

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