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Review Of: Askinosie Chocolate Desserts

You’ve probably heard of Ghirardelli, Toblerone, and Scharffen Berger chocolates, but if you look further, you’ll find hidden gems – small-batch chocolatiers making hand-crafted fine chocolates. Small companies all over the world are making products to rival the quality and craftsmanship of bigger, well-known companies.And, often you’ll find that these smaller chocolatiers use fair-trade products, […]

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The 7 Sinful Secrets of Vegan Chocolate

Vegan Chocolate Date Truffles: CC BY-SA 2.0, by, via WikimediaWhy Vegan Chocolate Is Healthier, Tastier… and Why You Can Eat More of It! You’re at an informal party. It’s a potluck-style gathering, and the guests are chatting about the various dishes on the table. One in particular catches your eye… a delicious-looking plate of chocolate […]

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Awake Chocolate Review – A Chocolate And Caffeine Lover

There are certain times in life when you need something to help you get through the day. Something that will help you complete a task, even when you are tapped out.One such product is Awake Chocolate.They have taken two of the most notable and addictive substances on earth and combined them.That is great if you are […]

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Homemade Brownies: Quick And Easy Recipe For Chocolate Lovers

Brownies are one of the most delicious foods on the planet.Yet, some of them can cause some shame and guilt after consumption due to their unhealthy nature. This means that they are usually only consumed in moderation.In this article, we present a homemade brownies recipe that is actually healthy for a change. What this means […]

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More Great News about the Health Benefits of Chocolate!

A Chocolate a Day Keeps the Brain Sharp? A new study funded by the Mars Company, suggests that a serving of chocolate every day may stave off dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in elderly patients.  Every year, 6% of those beyond age 70 develop mild cognitive impairment, the researchers noted.  So let’s take a closer look. […]

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