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Can I refrigerate my Chocolate Storage Tank Manufacturers chocolate?

 

Can I refrigerate my Chocolate Storage Tank Manufacturers chocolate?
Many people think that refrigerated chocolate is definitely a no-no, but this is not all. To understand why this rule has become so simple, it is necessary to understand the effect of temperature on cocoa fat.

Basically, cocoa fat molecules only form the desired structure at a certain temperature-not too hot nor too cold. Bringing chocolate from high to low temperature too quickly will cause a temperature shock, which will destroy the consistency, flavor, and color of the chocolate. Similarly, exposing the chilled chocolate to fresh air immediately after taking it out will cause condensation to form and make the chocolate look white and speckled. We will introduce more details below.

All in all, keeping chocolate away from the refrigerator or freezer is a good general rule, and if the amount of chocolate you buy is small enough, this shouldn't be a problem. However, there are some exceptions. For example, in summer, you may need to refrigerate chocolate bars or potato chips to prevent them from melting. Bet you don't think learning how to store chocolate is so complicated!

How to cool chocolate properly
Wrap the chocolate tightly in a moisture-proof plastic bag and/or airtight container.
It is important to gradually increase or decrease the temperature of the chocolate to avoid temperature shocks. Leave the chocolate in the refrigerator for a full 24 hours before moving it to the freezer. When removing the chocolate from the refrigerator, also move it to the refrigerator for a full 24 hours, and then take it out of the refrigerator.
After removing the chocolate from the refrigerator, let it reach room temperature before removing it from the container.

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