Doubtblush: Magic Choc

You may have noticed that we're hardly perpetual rays of sunshine around here, but even so, we seem to spend a lot of our time enthusing about one gewgaw or another. Doubtblush exists to make it clear that we do not, in fact, like everything.

Remember when your mom told you not to play with your food? There was a reason, and it wasn't just the mess you made under the table (the dog took care of that, anyway). Hands are full of germs. Sticking them in things you intend to ingest is a recipe for frequent illness. That's why we're raising a skeptical eyebrow at this moldable magic chocolate kit ($7). Unless it comes with built-in antibacterial properties, we think we'll keep our sculpting and our snacking separate, thank you very much.

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Posted on 12.06.12 at 9:48 PM

Modeling chocolate is gross but in Patisserie its mainly used for show pieces. You're not supposed to really eat it..

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Posted on 12.07.12 at 2:38 PM

Uh, it's really only intended for cake decorations and such like, not to be treated like plasticine! And for that it's fantastic, and no more horrible than marzipan and modelling icing (which you would also have to use your hands for, obviously).


Posted on 12.08.12 at 11:12 AM

Why not just wash your hands? Y'know, like you're supposed to do anytime you handle food products? This is silly.

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