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eutectic imitation cocoa butter

eutectic imitation cocoa butter makes good candy.
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Used here I use the word eutectic to mean two or three chemically different solids that when they combine have a lower melting temperature than any member fat. Combine stiff long fatty acids together to make something that melts in your mouth, but better than chocolate does.

Seriously now though, crummy cheap palm oil chocolate does not have the mouth feel of cocoa butter because perhaps the melting point is different. This at least adds another texture of chocolate without being chocolate.

beanangel, May 05 2021

Jimmy Buffett https://www.youtube...watch?v=jBsPZV14I-k
Cheeseburger in Paradise [a1, May 05 2021]

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       Why? What’s wrong with real cocoa butter?
a1, May 05 2021
  

       [a1]; if you read the tabloids, it would seem that pretty much ALL existing foods are Bad. For something to be considered "healthy", it must be NEW! </sarcasm>
neutrinos_shadow, May 05 2021
  

       Higher markups and profit margins on the inferior substitutes.
pocmloc, May 05 2021
  

       Also, this substitute cocoa butter will be awful, allowing the opportunity for a very-slightly-less-awful version to be launched in a few months' time as a "new, improved!" product
hippo, May 05 2021
  

       The "new improved" formulation will be ever so slightly cheaper to produce, will be sold at a slightly higher price point to allow even greater profits. And won't actually taste any better.
pocmloc, May 05 2021
  

       It will also have a colourful sticker on the front of the packet, reading "Guaranteed Benzene-free!"
hippo, May 05 2021
  

       Will the new, improved product have 20% fewer calories per serving and be quite coincidentally 20% lighter?
Voice, May 05 2021
  

       shall we call it *cocoa margarine*?
xandram, May 05 2021
  

       "I Can't Believe It's Not Cocoa Butter!"™
hippo, May 05 2021
  

       [beanangel], did you decide (or did your doctor force you) to go on a restricted diet recently? I notice a recurring theme about flavors in your ideas lately.   

       Cue Jimmy Buffett … <link> … you’ll feel better.
a1, May 05 2021
  
      
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