Researchers whip up new aeration method

03/13/2013 | FoodNavigator

Scientists say they have developed a new method for aerating chocolate, using "the foaming ability of phospholipids." The team of Chinese researchers found that concentrated phospholipids of soybean were best at creating bubbles in the chocolate.

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