I have a problem understanding Ruby chocolate. It is still a mystery for me in many areas:
- Why does Ruby chocolate have virtually no fiber in it? As I understand, it does contain some cocoa solids which provide pink color and should also be source of dietary fiber as is the case in dark chocolate. The most Ruby chocolates I've seen claim around 0.7% - 0.9% dietary fiber in it. Doesn't make sense to me.
- Why does Ruby chocolate always contain milk in it? Isn't there any "dark ruby chocolate" i.e. without milk available somewhere? Just sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter -> like normal dark chocolate.
- What is the color of cocoa butter extracted from Ruby cocoa beans? Is it pink or yellow? My guess is yellow because I believe the pink color comes from cocoa solids.
- Why there isn't any Ruby cocoa powder available? I mean finely ground dry pink cocoa solids which are left after cocoa butter extraction.