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- If your microwave oven comes with a control for the heat (low, medium, high), always go for the lowest setting first. Go for short blocks of microwaving (10-20 seconds interval) so that you can check the progress more regularly and the chocolate will not be burnt. - With each heating interval, you have to stir the chocolate with a spoon or plastic spatula to check out the actual extent to which the chocolate has melted (it’s not obvious based on appearances alone because chocolate gets heated inside-out, and retains its shape when heated), and to allow for more even microwaving. Stirring is essential! - Use a more affordable and modest brand of chocolate bar such as Cadbury. There will be heart aches if you burnt that gourmet Michel Cluizel 72% dark chocolate bar on your first attempt!

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