Cocoa butter is a saturated fat stable at room temperature, obtained from cocoa tree beans. It is used in chocolate, candy and baking.
Cocoa butter is most commonly used in milk chocolate and white chocolate, for the following characteristics in chocolate: Hardness at room temperature, Brightness or gloss and Pleasant melting behaviour when placed in the mouth.
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