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  • 27.01.2017 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    Couverture

    Chocolate that contains at least 30% cocoa butter, which facilitates dipping. The more cocoa butter, the lower the viscosity; non-couverture chocolate is too thick when tempered to achieve the ideal nice thin shell on a dipped confection.

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  • 30.12.2016 0 Posted in History Lesson By Amber Lyn

    Oxygen is our life force, keeping our bodies running. But nothing in life is ever free, is it? In return for giving us the power to run, jump and play, oxygen produces by-products called free radicals, which damage and wreak havoc on our cells. These nuisances cause many illnesses, but our bodies aren’t powerless against them.

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  • 28.11.2016 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    We often get asked what ingredients our dark chocolate contains. But before we get to that, what’s the difference between dark chocolate and milk chocolate? Well, it’s all in the ingredients.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    Stress happens to the best of us, usually at the worst of times. It never seems to hit when we are ready to handle it. Not to worry, there are a few ways to deal with stress, without breaking the bank, or eating up that small fraction of spare time you have. In fact, all of these can be done just a few minutes before going to bed.

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  • 22.01.2020 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    There’s a myth out there that eating too much sugar can cause diabetes. Well it’s not really as simple as that. While there might be some truth to sugar and diabetes being linked, it's a little more convoluted than you'd expect. Sugar is only related in one way to diabetes development, however an unhealthy lifestyle is linked to diabetes development, and usually an unhealthy lifestyle includes sugar. Confused yet? Here let’s break it down, so that it’s a bit easier to understand.

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  • 25.09.2015 0 Posted in Lesson By Amber Lyn

    I recently stumbled upon an article on The Telegraph’s website that said 10 health reasons you should eat more chocolate. Naturally, I couldn’t pass it up without reading it. And so, I decided our Amber Lyn Chocolate fans would probably love to read about it as well. So, here’s the skinny on their article.

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