Cutting chocolate

Cool. I’ll have to try engraving. Scoring definitely was surprisingly clean.

I’m not going to go into food safety. That’s your business. But keep something in mind… Lasered stuff doesn’t typically taste good. Now, to be honest, I ate the chocolate bar I cut the other night just to see how bad it was. To me, it wasn’t so bad. Definitely a crispy texture on the cut edges and it tasted burnt there. But it was a little burnt taste mixed in with Hershey goodness. So, to me? It was just fine. I didn’t want to spit it out or something. Others might find the taste repulsive, but in this case I don’t really think so.

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Can you tell me what settings you used to engrave the chocolate? I am using the snack size Herseys, so I don’t need to cut them, just engrave. I have a relative that loves Peanut Butter Cups, so I had planned to take 2 snack size and put peanut butter in the middle and then engrave the back side, for some custom made rectangle “cups.”

It’s been a really long time and can’t seem to find the file where I saved off the settings. Sorry, a little experimentation may be necessary :slight_smile:

Thank you so much for the replay. The best part of Chocolate experimentation, I can eat the mistakes.