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    I won't make any other choc cake since trying this, it's amazing!
    OT but I've made this and found it quite grainy? Not sure if that's the best description. Do you find it has a different texture from regular chocolate cake? Am thinking it might have just been the way I made it. I like lighter fluffy cakes. Is it meant to be heavy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    OT but I've made this and found it quite grainy? Not sure if that's the best description. Do you find it has a different texture from regular chocolate cake? Am thinking it might have just been the way I made it. I like lighter fluffy cakes. Is it meant to be heavy?
    I think it had the consistency and texture of mudcake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    OT but I've made this and found it quite grainy? Not sure if that's the best description. Do you find it has a different texture from regular chocolate cake? Am thinking it might have just been the way I made it. I like lighter fluffy cakes. Is it meant to be heavy?
    It's extremely moist, not a light sort of cake. Do you have a thermomix? I use that to really pulverize the beans, I do a bit longer than the recipe to make sure it's very smooth. I don't find it heavy or grainy this way.

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    Freshly baked cheeseymite scrolls. The boys afternoon tea of choice. Nom nom nom
    Did you make these Lexi? If so do you mind sharing the recipe? They look beautiful

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