Just a word of caution about storing the sauces at room temperature. I used to do this as well. But I noticed white fuzzy stuff in the chocolate sauce after a while. The white chocolate & caramel didn't get the white fuzzy stuff in it but I began to notice I'd get stomach aches a while after having a caramel latte. SO... unless you go through the sauces VERY QUICKLY, I'd suggest you store them in the fridge after opening. (That's what I do, now - obviously with NEW bottles!)
flydhest Senior Member Joined: 28 Jul 2003 Posts: 274 Location: Washington, DC Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Thu Aug 19, 2004, 9:04am Subject: attention moderators :)
I'd like a moderator to remove this whole thread, please. If my wife sees it, I won't be able to get away with being as messy as I am in my espresso station. Right now, she just thinks that any espresso setup has to be messy.
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