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    Always start with the mildest chocolate and finish with the strongest and most perfumed. Allow it to melt in your mouth, so your palate becomes impregnated with the full flavour.

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    To easily create some beautiful flakes or chocolate chips, use a large, well-sharpened knife.

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    Chocolate must be stored in a cool, dry place, away from the light. Avoid placing it in the refrigerator.

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    Do you know what goes well with chocolate? Fleur de sel, bitter orange, pistachio, espelette pepper, almond and mint.

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    To fully melt your chocolate, use a non-stick pan and add the chocolate over a bain-marie. You can also melt it in the microwave. Add a touch of crème fraiche to make it creamier. If you want to make pralines or moulded chocolates, allow the chocolate to melt to 55°C, then cool it to 29°C. It must be maintained at a temperature of 32°C before being used.


Every occasion is an opportunity to eat chocolate. Either as a gift or just for pleasure, there are always events when you will enjoy this treat.

✔ Halloween: 31 October
✔ Saint Catherine's Day: 25 November
✔ Christmas
✔ New Year
✔ Valentine's Day: 14 February
✔ Grandmother's Day: 1 March
✔ Easter: 6 April
✔ Mother's Day: 31 May
✔ Father's Day: 21 June
✔ Birthdays: …

And the rest of the year! 

Eaten by all, the French adore it and eat tonnes of it every year:

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