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Inside Jacque Torres's Chocolate Wonderland In Brooklyn Army Terminal

Jacques Torres knows how to smize<br>

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The 5-ton chocolate mixer<br>

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White chocolate gets prepped for dyeing<br>

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Peering down the conveyer belt<br>

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They cover EVERYTHING in chocolate here<br>

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Tempering the chocolate<br>

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Workers weigh and package products<br>

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A lot better than the real thing<br>

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A little touch of home<br>

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This machine packages the hot chocolate (but looks like the think that shrunk Mike Teevee, right?)<br>

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The stockroom houses things like the raw cacao, cereals, matzo and other things that will soon be covered in chocolate<br>

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Huge bags of cacao<br>

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Torres scoots around the factory on a motorized scooter<br>

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Seriously, we are in love with this man<br>

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Cool abandoned train tracks outside the factory<br>

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