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Awakenings: Word of the Day: Chocolate

on August 15, 2013

See on Scoop.itAwakenings: America & Beyond

Chocolate. Cho-CO-late. Cho-co-o-o-o-o-late.

Just something about saying the word makes you want some. The slower you say it the more your mouth waters! What is your first thought when you hear or say chocolate: bar, bonbon, box, bunny? There is the  chocolate bar with and without nuts, sweet and semi-sweet, even with toffee, chocolate so creamy it melts in your mouth. The succulent bonbon boasts small confections with a center of fondant, fruit, or nuts enrobed in chocolate, each morsel rich in texture and taste. Then, the best gift ever is the BOX of chocolates in which one might find milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate, smooth truffles, decadent cremes, caramels and luscious chocolate pralines. Of course, one cannot even think about chocolate without the chocolate bunny coming to mind.

Sharla Shults‘s insight:

After reading this, you will definitely run to your nearest chocolate source!

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6 responses to “Awakenings: Word of the Day: Chocolate

  1. Micki Peluso says:

    I love dark chocolate and can eat it without guilt since it’s been proven good for the heart.

  2. Elaine says:

    Wow you just said the word and I wanted some. I can’t have all that sugar so I substitute with The very dark chocolate (85-90% cocoa) and eat it very sparingly.

  3. Teepee12 says:

    I actually am no longer a chocoholic. I’m a fruitaholic. Is that an improvement or am I losing my grip?

  4. Nectar of the Gods! Now where did I stash that bag of Dove chocolate?????

  5. Terry says:

    every night before I go to sleep I have one block of my Hershey Candy bar, kicks the craving for sweets during the day knowing I get my very own treat at bedtime

  6. Raani York says:

    LOOOOOL. You’re seriously publishing a chocolate post, taking the risk of a “clean” chocoholic to fall back into bad habits? ROFL

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