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The Cacao Alphabet
The Cacao Alphabet
The Cacao Alphabet
The Cacao Alphabet

The Cacao Alphabet

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The Cacao Alphabet book is the new cacao powder reference for chefs, made by chefs & cocoa experts

Author - The team of chefs at Cacao Barry

In this inspiring follow-up to the success The Pastry Alphabet, our Cacao Barry chefs and Chocolate Academy TM experts (Ciro Fraddanno, Philippe Marand, Ramon Morato, Lauren Van Haas, Julie Sharp, Dimitri Fayard, Martin Diez and Mark Tilling) share powerful tips and inspirations for all your cacao-powder based recipes: How does the fat content of your cacao powder impact your recipe? How to make perfect French Chocolate Macaron shells?

The first part of the book contains the knowledge of this still unexplored product made from pure cacao and will help you understand the impact of the characteristics of cacao powder on your final recipes. Giving you the technical understanding you require to choose the best cacao powder for the results you are looking for. The second part of this book gives you all the recipes you need to master your art. You will learn to choose the right cacao powder for the results you want through the clear and easy recipes in which cacao powder is the essential ingredient.

Recipes are divided into six main blocks: biscuits, drinks, crèmes & Mousses, glaces & Sorbets, pâtes and others. In each block you will find different recipes illustrated with photographs and a description of: recipe characteristics, the most suitable powder to use, uses, tips, scientific recommendations, storage recommendations, allergens, dietary needs.

This book is a complete guide based on over 450 tests to help chefs select the perfect cacao powder for any desired result
Over 50 recipes, comprehensive tips & inspirations from our chefs and technical experts to master cacao powders and a full review of Cacao Barry's new collection of cacao powders

ISBN: 9788412571639

Publisher: Grupo Vilbo

Published: April 2023

Pages: 168