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Dutch-processed cocoa powder

Anybody know if the cocoa powder sold here is regular natural cocoa powder or (what Americans would call - dunno if others do) Dutch-processed? I just have is just the normal stuff they sell at Migros - Patissier brand Kakaopulver. For now, I guess I have to assume it is natural cocoa powder.
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Not sure if it's Dutch pressed but it's the same as you get back home. Use it all the time with no problems.
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Re: Dutch-processed cocoa powder

Most of the better cocoa powders you get here are Dutch-processed. So Bensdorp, Caillier or Caotina are all good for recipes calling for Dutch processed.
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Re: Dutch-processed cocoa powder

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Most of the better cocoa powders you get here are Dutch-processed. So Bensdorp, Caillier or Caotina are all good for recipes calling for Dutch processed.
Hi- I know this post is super old, but I was just wondering how you know that the brands you mentioned here are Dutch-processed?

I mean, I can assume that they are by their darker color, but I just want to make sure
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