How to make hot cocoa. Using science.

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The premise is that you want to use cheap hot cocoa mix but you want it to be good. Chemistry can help you.

I had already discovered these methods from trial and error, but it is nice to know that my folklore matches the actual chemistry.

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4 thoughts on “How to make hot cocoa. Using science.

  1. Fry’s Cocoa powder, Sugar, Hot Milk – that’s all you need – toss in a bit of dark chocolate to melt if you need it or some heavy cream to thicken it. 🙂

  2. Coloring books, hot cocoa, puppies, yelling at the sky, marches, Antifa, school shooters. All about progression”. So emotional.

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