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    • Food Woolf
      3/11/2011
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      Sweeet! I love synchronicity. I’m heading over to your blog now!

  1. 3/10/2011
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    Curious. I’ve never considered white choco, but I’ll keep my eye out for this pleasure bark. Another great post. Keep ‘em comin’!

  2. I never had this chocolate before but now I want to try it out. When I was in college I spent a summer in organic cacao plantations in Brazil. It was eye opening to see the process of picking the cacao fruit, getting the beans, fermenting the beans, drying them out, packaging them and then unfortunately having to sell them for dirt cheap. Fair trade is the first step needed to gurantee that the folks who harvest cacao can have a livelihood.

  3. I am all over the highest quality when it comes to chocolate. You are sooooo right – one small nibble of the good stuff has more flavor that 10 crap bars. Really. xo

  4. 3/18/2011
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    Very well written post. Of course, I maybe bias since I am totally addicted. I would like to invite you to review my first post about how to taste chocolates. I also love to create recipes for molded and hand dipped chocolates. Interestingly, I never used Askinozie chocolates, but I like to try new things all the time.

    Georgette@chocolatesandfigs.com

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