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Tempering chocolate: ± 2 °C too much?
I am planning to buy a laser thermometer to measure the temperature of melted chocolate for tempering it. As I have found out, the thermometer I want to buy has a measuring tolerance of ± 2 °C. That ...
May 25 '12 at 8:34
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