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Question about chocolate dipped berries

sweetpotato | Mar 24, 201701:29 PM    

Hello, Hounds!

I am making chocolate covered strawberries. The berries are fresh and I will be sure they are as dry as possible before dipping. The morning of company arriving I will dip them. I will lay them on parchment paper and put them in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes while they set. My question is, what should I do with them once they are set, and until company arrives five hours later? If I just leave them uncovered in the fridge will that bother them? If I store them in a covered Tupperware won't they sweat? Curious to know how to properly handle these. Thank you so much in advance!

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