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Chocolates are everyone's favorite treat, and there is more to them than we know. Americans spend $21 Billion on chocolates every year, paying up to $55 for a single bar....
Authentic chocolate makers are like fine chefs and are obsessed about the texture, character and ethical origins of their beans.
Mainstream industrial chocolate makers buy all the beans, good...
The handcrafted chocolate market was re-ignited after 150 years by Mr. John Scharffenberger, and Robert Steinberg. The only other craft chocolate maker at that time, Guittard, had lost the art of m...
Chocolatiers take pre-made chocolate, melt it and combine it with a host of ingredients, turning it into delicacies.
The best Chocolatiers buy from superb bean-to-bar chocolate makers.
Single-Origin chocolate refers to the region or area from where the beans have been sourced, lending them a distinct flavor and taste.
Example: Fine Latin American chocolate tastes diffe...
Cacao farmers, who grow any kind of cacao and sell to industrial chocolate makers, have no incentive to grow quality beans.
Many cacao farmers live below the poverty line.
There is a dark side to chocolate making, with children working in hazardous conditions in cacao farms.
Widespread destruction of forests (deforestation) is also a grave concern.
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The “best” diet is a theme: an emphasis on vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, seeds, and plain water for thirst.
That can be with or without seafood; with or without dairy; with or without eggs; with or without some meat; high or low in total fat.
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