WHITE CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES:
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White chocolate first appeared in Switzerland in the 1930s. It was invented by Henri Nestlé when he experimented on how to best use excess cocoa butter.
It's composed of cocoa butter, milk, and sugar, but no cocoa liquor or cocoa solids.
So, why is it even called "chocolate"? Because of its main ingredient, cocoa butter--a product of the cacao plant.
Traditionally, the US Food and Drug Administration held that to be called 'chocolate' a product must contain cocoa liquor...
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