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View Poll Results: What is your favorite way to eat chocolate?
Right out of the bag of M&M's or Snickers, etc. 7 24.14%
Truffles with a decadent center 8 27.59%
Hot chocolate 2 6.90%
Chocolate chip cookies 4 13.79%
chocolate fudge chunk ice cream 2 6.90%
A dark chocolate bar or any chocolate bar 9 31.03%
chocolate dipped strawberries, white or dark 3 10.34%
fudge, or other chocolate candies 4 13.79%
other - I am sure I am forgetting some options!! 8 27.59%
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Old 07-16-2005, 01:35 AM   #11
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Not only does it taste good, but chocolate has good antioxidants! Dark choc has more but it tastes better anyway! I love that 70 percent stuff.
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Belgian chocs!
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Old 07-16-2005, 12:44 PM   #13
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Warm chocolate pudding!! That's my favorite but, I'll pretty much take it any way I
can get it. I had some hot fudge cake the other day topped with vanilla ice cream. I thought I was in heaven.

We used to have a little ice cream shop in the town I was born in... Dad and I'd go there and order hot fudge sundaes with extra hot fudge but no ice cream. lol... is it possible to love chocolate too much??
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Old 07-16-2005, 01:10 PM   #14
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I like all kinds of chocolate, but am less fond of white. My gs who is 5 likes it more than I do. I was really bad this week and took him to Dairy Queen for lunch????He got that brownie earthquake (chocolate brownie, ice cream, chocolate syrup, whipped cream, chocolate sprinkles. I was very good. I got a Hawaiian blizzard - ice cream with bananas, pineapples and I got them to add nuts. Our DQ doesn't make the Tropical b anymore - said they don't carry coconut. That is strange!!!!!
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Old 07-16-2005, 02:06 PM   #15
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I use to adore dark chocolate and won't eat white chocolate. Not that I eat much chocolate any more. For some reason when I had my surgery it really changed my tastes, which is a good thing. If I have to have something with a "little" sugar, it is typically a hard candy.
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Old 07-17-2005, 12:14 AM   #16
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need another choice "all of the above!" That's where I'd be...
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Old 07-20-2005, 05:39 PM   #17
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need another choice "all of the above!" That's where I'd be...
Me too except no dark chocolate.
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Old 07-20-2005, 08:02 PM   #18
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It has been said that if you don't end up with chocolate all over your face and hands, you aren't enjoying it enough.

That's nonsense. The way to eat chocolate is to put a small amount into you mouth, and let it just melt away.

Dark chocolate is the best, milk chocolate comes close, and white chocolate is HORRIBLE.

Really, you can serve chocolate to me in pretty nearly any form, and I'll thank you for it, with mouth full. I might even overlook the effect on my waist-line, just for you!
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I like all kinds of chocolate, but am less fond of white. My gs who is 5 likes it more than I do. I was really bad this week and took him to Dairy Queen for lunch????He got that brownie earthquake (chocolate brownie, ice cream, chocolate syrup, whipped cream, chocolate sprinkles. I was very good. I got a Hawaiian blizzard - ice cream with bananas, pineapples and I got them to add nuts. Our DQ doesn't make the Tropical b anymore - said they don't carry coconut. That is strange!!!!!
The tropical blizzard is my favorite!! I never order anything else...the closest DQ to me is over 2 hours away - so I don't get one very often I wonder if they've taken them off all the menus? I was really sorry they quit doing the breezes, too. I liked the frozen yogurt.
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After reading all these, I need my favorite dessert:

a large, warm brownie (no nuts - they just get in the way)
with one scoop of plain vanilla ice cream
and topped with real hot fudge sauce (none of that chocolate syrup stuff that masquerades as the real thing)
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