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    brought about this revelation was not anything particularly important – it was a book on chocolate making. Before I received this book, I had been an indifferent chocolateir. Every Thanksgiving and Christmas I turned out about a hundred truffles (I have a large family), but I had never progressed beyond the basics – a cup of cream, a cup of chocolate, some flavoring. While I still can’t claim to be good at chocolate making, my creations have certainly become much more involved, and I enjoy the process

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    Introduction Chocolate is derived from the cocoa bean grown on the Theobroma cacao tree through an extensive process consisting of harvest, fermentation, drying, roasting and manufacturing to develop the chocolate we all know and love. Cocoa plays a significant role in many people’s lives from the farmers to the consumers and all the production workers in between. Cocoa is mainly grown between the belts of 15-20 degrees on the equator and in countries with a humid tropical climate with an average

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    really as good as it seems? Chocolate is one of the most well-known treats loved by the majority of the world. Surprisingly, studies show that chocolate stimulates more love than sex and is actually four times better. Although it sounds unusual, it actually makes sense when considering what chemical compounds and amino acids take place in chocolate. Crazy enough, experimental data and a poll taken by women deciding whether or not chocolate is better than sex shows that chocolate is indeed, better than

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    consuming chocolate, it is not very often that we stop and consider the process that takes place before it melts in our mouths. Food science is a complex and fascinating subject, which encompasses multiple disciplines, like food chemistry, food engineering, food packaging, etc. The question I will try to answer for this project is: which type of chocolate will melt faster when exposed to a lamp? Three different types of Hershey’s chocolate will be used: Dark Chocolate, Milk Chocolate and Cookies

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    particularly his novel The Chocolate War, have been considered to be banned from several high school and college libraries on multiple occasions. Critics bash Cormier’s controversial language used to describe the actions of his characters as well as his themes of triumphant evil that wouldn’t normally be seen in realistic fiction novels. Because this type of writing was “not meant for children” according to the critics, it was almost banned from these libraries (“The Chocolate”). What these critics fail

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    Why would a person decide to betray the beliefs they had fought so hard for? In Robert Cormiers novel The Chocolate War, the character of Jerry Renault changes drastically from a rebel to a follower in the end. The school gang known as the vigils and his moral beliefs motivates Jerry’s actions. He feels he must take a stand against evil. Jerry can be considered a hero because of his beliefs. In the end however he gives in to the things he fought against and becomes a follower. There are many factors

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    The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier was a book that we read in class, it was about good and evil. It is about how the to forces battle for superiority over one another. The book tells how one of the sides over powers the other to claim its spot on top. The people are like pawns to two of the characters, Archie and Brother Leon because they use the people to get what they want from them, and will stop at nothing to get it. Both of characters will stop at nothing

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    The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier Robert Cormier writes novels for teenagers. In his books he uses violence and power and other features that the adolescence age group usually use. A lot of people are disturbed by the way he uses violence the way he does at the end of the novel. Cormier wrote the Chocolate War during the 1970's during the hippie era. The story takes place at a higher intelligence level than most of the outside world. Jerry Renault, the main character in the novel, has lived

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    Before you reach for that chocolate heart for your Valentine this year, consider the findings of Andrew McShea and team, found in Nutrition Reviews. When it comes to chocolate, most of us will agree that it has more of a positive effect on our waistlines than our health. But McShea’s article, entitled “Clinical benefit and preservation of flavonols in dark chocolate manufacturing,” shows us a different side of the sweet treat, by pointing out the health benefits of one of its ingredients, an antioxidant

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    Why would someone prepare Baked Chocolate Ice Cream? Well, the idea of investing in an ice cream maker always made me cringe, and for a few reasons. The cost or functionality of a good machine, real estate, along with thrift. Considering high rent New York City as well as the accompanying small kitchens the conclusion is rather obvious. The reasonable options are the latter two of this list; thrift but moreover, real estate. Bijou – Small, Elegant Cooking or baking in a Bijou kitchen to the non-chef

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