I am trying to make my own Nutella from raw ingredients. I have tried many recipes and eventually bought a wet grinder to make smooth hazelnut paste. Then I bought criollo couverture chocolate and I was able to make the most amazing hazelnut-cocoa-spread. But it has a flaw, it is too soft and it becomes almost liquid when spread on a fresh toasted bread slice.
So I tried to replace some of the oil I used with cacao butter and it was better. Then I used coco oil for the rest and it was perfect. But again this recipe have a big issue. coco oil and cacao butter are both worth than palm oil in terms of saturated oil.
Now I am trying to buy some "palm oil" but this looks like mission impossible. I either find cosmetic products, or articles about deforestation. When a find an interesting shop, it sells liquid reddish palm oil, not the white buttery paste I saw on how is it made.
Where can I find
palm oil and how should I call it?