Conching is a critical step in the manufacturing of chocolate. In this phase, your chocolate mix is agitated and superficially scraped by a conch, allowing the cocoa butter to separate amalgamated particles and distribute your cocoa butter more evenly. The heat generated by the process volatilizes acids improving the texture and aroma of the finished product. Early machines used vessels in the shape of a conch shell, giving the equipment its name.
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