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storing ganache

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How do you store your leftover ganache? Does it keep well and how do you reheat it? I plan on using the leftovers to make cake balls, but I can't get to them today.
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If you are going to do it soon, then you can leave it out for a few days. But if not, i would just put it in the fridge. You can reheat it. I think it is often suggested over a double boiler, but you could probably do it slowly in the microwave or on the stove. Just be sure not to scorch it.
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YUMM!! Ganache cakeballs!!
To answer your question... ganache will keep on the counter for a couple of days. You can also refrigerate it and heat it back up in the microwave on low power, watching closely and stirring frequently.
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The "Art of Chocolate" book says if packed in an air-tight container truffles (ganache filling)will keep indefinitely in the freezer (leave in container to defrost to avoid condensation), 1 month if refrigerated. I think leaving it in the ganache form is best for the freezer.
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