Normally I’d expect Monday’s rats to have gotten a bar, but Monday doesn’t seem to have had any rats - what gives? This looks intriguing, but I’m not sure if I want 10 bars of a total unknown.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration defines evaporated cane juice as any sweetener derived from sugar cane syrup, and therefore it might be heavily processed.
its a concentrate of cane juice - vs pure crystalline sucrose.
Guatemalan chocolate?! Not exactly Dutch, Danish, or Belgian.
I hope this is not like the carp they sell in Whole Foods.
so…no? or yes?
How big is one bar?
says 2oz per bar
their process seems simle… they stick a box on a tree!
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Two ounces if the info under “Product” at the top of the page is correct.
Almost impossible to find chocolate like this without soy lecithin used as an emulsifier. These look good, but that is a whole lot of chocolate from one place. Our chocolate box has at most 2 of the same bar of the stuff we already really enjoy.
The carp they sell at Whole Foods always has a too-fishy flavor for me.
I second that!
thanks to lecithin your chocolate wont seperate into a hazy mess!
I’m thinking this might be a good time to pursue my chocolate connoisseur career.
you are out of your effing mind. they dont grow cocao there!!!
it’s sugar. dietarily identical.
Central America makes some fine chocolate. In for 1.
Do they even have cacao trees in Holland, Denmark or Belgium?
“Serving size: 1 bar” ahaha