This is the same recipe that I use, except that mine says the salt is only if you want it and I don't. I agree with the reviewer who said that they were told to only cook with something that you would drink. That is definitely something to cook by. This recipe is made all in the fondue pot, but the truth is that is depends on the type of pot and the type of heating (candle, electric, etc.). It makes a difference how hot the temperature gets and how much control you have over that heat. It can help to make the foundue in a pot on the stove and transfer it into the fondue pot. It also helps, as another reviewer mentioned, to add more wine when the mix becomes thick. (Or add cream if you are making chocolate fondue.) Also, tossing the cheese with the flour eliminates the clumping issues with the flour. For the person who said that the cheese never melted all the way, you did not have enough heat and might have benefited from melting in a pan on the stove and transferring it whene it was melted. Thanks Sheila for sharing this!!
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This is the same recipe that I use, except that mine says the salt is only if you want it and...