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Is Dark Chocolate Really Good for You?

Is Dark Chocolate Really Good for You? While dark chocolate isn’t a cure-all for every health problem in the world, there are certainly many benefits to consuming it in moderation. It is rich in nutrients and contains substances that can help reduce disease risk and improve bodily and cognitive functions.

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What Kind of Chocolate Should You Use for Fondue?

What Kind of Chocolate Should You Use for Fondue? If you are considering making your own fondue fountain for entertaining purposes, you may want to know what sort of chocolate you should be using. Fortunately, you have many options when it comes to chocolate fondue, so you should be able to find a combination that suits you. 

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Why Do You Put Chocolate in Chili?

Why Do You Put Chocolate in Chili?If you enjoy a good bowl of chili, you probably like it because of its meaty, savory flavors and textures. On the other hand, you might also like chocolate, but for different reasons. It can be a sweet, luxurious dessert or a quick snack in the afternoon. But you probably don’t associate the two dishes with each other, do you? Maybe you should consider changing your mindset about this, however. Many chili connoisseurs have been adding a little bit of chocolate to their chili dishes for decades, and there is good reason why. So, why would you add something sweet like chocolate to a dish like chili?Not actually all that sweetWhile some chocolates, such...

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Why do Children get Chocolate at Easter?

Most historians believe that the tradition of eating chocolate on Easter comes from German immigrants. Germans originally came up with the idea of the Easter Bunny, who, as legend has it, would lay eggs for the children. These eggs were supposed to represent the new life and good luck brought on by the spring season, as well as the new life that happened in the story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Eggs were often avoided during lent, so they would be colored and held onto until Easter Day when the Lenten season came to an end. This means that it was okay to eat eggs again, but it wasn’t just limited to chicken eggs.   

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