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  • The Cacao Tree - Facts About Theobroma Cacao
    The Cacao Tree - Facts About Theobroma Cacao
  • Chocolate Coupons
    Welcome to the official Chocolate.org discount and promo codes page. Visit this page to get the latest chocolate coupon on Chocolate.org...
  • Blog For Chocolate
    Do you have a blog? What inspires you? Do you blog for fun, to share your ideas, or to relieve stress? Well, why not take...
  • Paypal Gift
    Looking to send chocolate to a friend or buy a chocolate gift for yourself? Do you also enjoy the convenience and security...
  • Our Press
    Boston.com - Dec 11, 2008 "You can get just about any chocolate candies sold nationwide at the Chocolate.org website."...
  • Cacao: The Word From Inside The Big Three
    Cacao: The Word From Inside The Big Three
  • Cacao Nib - The Mystery Solved
    "You can't get up from the table until you finish your cacao nibs." Well, maybe not quite. A cacao nib is the shelled...
  • Health Benefits of Chocolate
    The article entitled "Chocolate's Potential Health Benefits " and It's Effect on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients" takes us a little...
  • Christmas Gift, Mistletoe
    Please take a moment to select a Chocolate.org christmas gift for your friend or family member. And while you're at it, you can order a gift for yourself...
  • The Health Benefits of Almonds
    Almonds are a member of the stone fruit family, which also includes peaches, plums and nectarines. While largely a product of California today, almonds originated millions of years ago from central and southwest Asia. According to The Economic Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), more than half of the almonds consumed in our country are ingredients in manufactured goods such as marzipan, confections, chocolates, cereals, snacks and ice cream. Another quarter of the almonds purchased are used for in-home consumption or for baking purposes, and the last quarter are used by food service outlets such as restaurants or bakeries.
  • The Health Benefits of Dark Chocolate
    An article by Chocolaterie Wanders & Dietitian Alison Sturm The benefits of eating chocolate may be more than just its great taste...
  • Chocolate Drink History
    In France in the eighteenth century, when chocolate-drinking had become virtually a court ritual, the great ladies of the court...
  • Chocolate, The Drink
    Information about the chocolate drink first discovered by people of Latin America.
  • Types of Chocolate
    Nibs, which are the "meat" of cracked, roasted cocoa beans, are the source of all chocolate and cocoa and cocoa butter. These...
  • Chocolate Pods
    Information about the actual source of chocolate in the natural world: chocolate pods.
  • Chocolate Arrives In America
    Information about when chocolate first arrived in North America.
  • Behind The Word 'Chocolate'
    The word chocolate comes from a combination of Mexican Indian words, the most probable being xoco (meaning sour) and atl (meaning...
  • Chocolate and the Aztecs
    Historical information regarding the Aztecs and their use of chocolate.
  • Our Guarantee
    Product Quality If you are not completely satisfied with the quality of the product, we will provide a full refund. Please...
  • Santa Claus and Christmas History
    The image of Santa Claus with a red suit and a big belly was created by people in the United States in the 1800's. In this country,...
  • Christmas Chocolate
    We asked our visitors to send their stories of chocolate and Christmas. We asked "how does your family serve chocolate during...
  • Assorted Chocolate Facts
    Here are some assorted chocolate facts for your enjoyment. Please note, this reading is best enjoyed with a mouth-full of chocolate. On...
  • Chocolate-Dipped Shortbread Triangles
    %!editor_image name="shortbread" /!% Ingredients 2 cups (4 sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature1 cup granulated...
  • Taste of the Tropics: Island desserts that will take you away
    %!editor_image name="flan" /!% Food Styling by M. Lynne MillerRecipes by M. Lynne Miller • photography by John Uher Early...
  • How to Melt Chocolate
    Melting chocolate to use as a baking ingredient for candy work or decoration requires gentle heat.
  • Chocolate Tempering
    Tempering chocolate involves melting chocolate and carefully lowering it to a specific temperature.
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    Chocolate.org Privacy Statement By visiting Chocolate.org, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Statement. What...
  • Terms and Conditions
    Terms and Conditions of Use Welcome to Chocolate.org. Chocolate.org provides services to you subject to the following terms...
  • Chocolate Hanukkah
    Marcy Goldman puts a chocolate twist on her favorite sweets for the Festival of Lights
  • Puff Pastry in a Flash
    Fast-not fussy-recipes using 6 ingredients or less