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Health Benefits of Chocolate - Healthy Aging - About.com
Chocolate is one of the world's favorite foods. Recent research shows that eating moderate amounts of dark chocolate also brings health benefits to your heart.
Guide to San Francisco's Artisan Chocolate Makers - California Travel
Aug 4, 2014 ... You'll find chocolate candy in lots of San Francisco locations, but to help you find something that's uniquely San Francisco to enjoy during your ...
San Francisco Chocolate Shops - About.com
Local chocolate shops and chocolatiers in the San Francisco and Berkeley areas . The focus is on locally-made chocolate, or San Francisco-based chocolate ...
Gluten-Free Chocolate Bars (Updated September 2014)
Craving gourmet chocolate? Here's a list of gluten-free chocolate bars, along with information on which chocolate bars contain gluten.
Milk and Caramel Chocolate Squares - Calorie Count
Curious about how many calories are in Milk and Caramel Chocolate Squares ? Get nutrition information and sign up for a free online diet program at ...
Chocolate Candy and Fudge Recipes Index - About.com
In candymaking, chocolate is second only to sugar in importance and frequency of use. Chocolate is unique in that it can be both a fundamental ingredient and a ...
Chocolate Shoes - Gayle's Chocolates
Products 1 - 10 of 17 ... Chocolate Shoes. It's the perfect punctuation mark for bridal showers, women's business events and girlfriends that deserve that little ...
Chocolate Recipes and Information - Candy - About.com
Do you prefer rich dark chocolate, smooth milk chocolate or creamy white chocolate? Or maybe all three? Find recipes, tips and techniques for producing ...
The Healthiest Chocolate - Healthy Aging - About.com
Aug 8, 2014 ... Dark chocolate has been shown to benefit heart health, lower blood pressure, and prevent conditions like diabetes -- but which chocolate is the ...
History of Chocolate - Culture of the Cocoa Bean
The history of chocolate and cocoa beans, the tastiest invention ever invented. The Olmec Indians were the first peoples to discover its wonders.