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    Dark Chocolate + Sea Salt recommendations????

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    Hi All,
    I'm looking for some recommendations on where to get some dark chocolate + sea salt. I have had a tiny taste of this here or there but I am dying for some in larger quantities. I prefer my dark chocolate in the 80-84% range though that varies by brand. I'm in San Francisco.

    Thanks for your help

    Matt

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    Make your own? Chocolate smithing is really pretty easy to do as long as you can handle using a water bath. Even disasters taste ok, they just look like a hersheys bar you left on your dashboard.

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    is there a World Market near your? they always have it.

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    Here's a recipe for an almond bark and sea salt version. I bet the nuts would be optional...
    http://www.candysnob.com/archives/cat_candy_recipes.php

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    Isn't Ghiradellis Chocolate down by the water in San Fran?

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    Lindt makes a fleur de sel bar.
    http://mtblog.self.com/fooddiet/blog...chocolate1.JPG

    (I guess for the US market it's called "A Touch of Sea Salt"? In Anglo Canada it's just fleur de sel).

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    OH OH HOLY DAMN. I have the answer to your question right here:
    http://www.formaggiokitchen.com/shop...olce-tiles.jpg

    Poco Dolce. It's a chocolate company based in San Francisco that makes bittersweet ( around 70-80% ) chocolate. All natural, and the best chocolate I've had in my entire life. I found a piece of this in a coffee shop yesterday and absolutely died the second it met my mouth. Go or the Aztec Chilli or Almond pieces; they have the least sugar.

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