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Mar 5, 2006 04:31 PM

pareve baking chocolate

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am looking for pareve unsweetened chocolate that is good for baking (brownies, fudge and such). anyone have a recommendation?

Thanks :)

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  1. Go into any kosher supermarket and they carry parve unsweetened chocolate in bars good for baking usually from Belgium. The chocolate is quite good

    1. kosher grocers will have under the paskesz or lieber's label plenty of baking chocolate

      1. Scharffenberg's big bars (9.75 oz) are pareve. (the smaller bars are D-E) It's significantly better than Liebers and Pashkes. You can find it at Whole Foods and other upscale markets (although Kosher Marketplace on the UWS sells it).

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        1. re: AndeB

          Scharffenberger is my favorite too.
          ALso available at Fairway, and Zabar's on the upper west side.
          Williams Sonoma (the bigger stores that have food, like at the Time Warner Building) also carries it

        2. Personally I like the Shufra bars, as one square equals one ounce, I don't think any other brands make it that easy to figure out how much to use.

          1. Hersheys makes the best . It is hard to find but by far it is worth it.

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            1. re: Moish

              Key food at 2nd & 92nd on the UES carries it.