Monday, December 5, 2022


Which kind of chocolate is your favorite – dark, milk, or white?


Yes, we admit, we’ve had sweets on our minds a lot lately. There’s just something about this cool, crisp weather that makes us want to indulge. OK, you’re right. We want to indulge year-round, but cut us a break, will you?

If you had to pick your favorite kind of chocolate – dark, milk, or white – which would you pick? We know you might like two of them about the same, but if you could only pick one, which would you choose?

OK, we can’t write anymore. We’ve got to go get some chocolate from the pantry… Thanks for voting!

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16 days ago

Dark Chocolate is best. As a teenager I used to munch on my mother’s bittersweet cooking chocolate. Today it is Sport Bars (from Germany) Dark Chocolate with whole hazelnuts. Very good with a dark red wine or Scotch whisky in the late evening.

Jim B
16 days ago

Dark goes better with red wine…so there I go!!

16 days ago

I think that they are all good though I voted milk. The only issue is they have to be sugar free and a nibble at a time since sugar free has some side effects.

16 days ago

Is white chocolate really chocolate though?

Michael Noble
16 days ago
Reply to  Russ

Not in my opinion. My wife loves it while I’m in the opposite group, dark chocolate. I tell her white chocolate is really sweetened cocoa butter 😁

16 days ago
Reply to  Russ

I would say no.

16 days ago
Reply to  Russ

Well, cocoa butter, used to make white chocolate, does come from the cocoa bean as it is being processed. At the end of the process you end up with what is called chocolate, and cocoa butter, and crackings,.which are sold as garden mulch. After processing milk one ends up with milk and cream. Without the cream is milk still milk? and is cream no longer milk? When churned, milk with its cream become butter, but it is no longer milk? Is chocolate still chocolate without its cocoa butter and cocoa butter no longer chocolate? But we do call it white chocolate. (I need to stop before I get to the chicken and the egg and what becomes of an egg when it is cracked open.)

Bob p
16 days ago

Accidentally tried white in 1985 while drinking Pepsi, almost tastes like ice cream. Love ice cream!

16 days ago

Only dark for me. 80% caco or more. Sea salt caramel flavored, yummy

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