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Melting white chocolate -- burned it! Can I resurrect it?

AkL | Dec 21, 200807:52 AM     5

I melted about 2 lbs of white chocolate in the microwave (know I know, too much!!) and the center of the pile of white choc chunks burned. Some was black, most was a pale tan.

I stuck it in the fridge overnight, and I picked away the burned bits.

My question is, will it remelt? Or am I going to have dark choc only peppermint bark (which is ok, just not what I planned)?

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