Of the ingredients that Magazine F has covered, chocolate is most closely associated with creative endeavors. The process of handling and adding flavor to chocolate along with the characteristics and size of a chocolate maker’s shop comprise an incredibly vast spectrum of artistry and commercial value. In this sixth issue, Magazine F introduces chocolatiers in Europe, the US, and Japan—some of whom invoke the magic of chocolate as traditional master artisans who inject the imagination of a designer or the experimental spirit of a rock star into their creations. Chocolate can be shaped and enjoyed an infinite number of ways, and its all-around malleability makes it a highly valued ingredient.
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