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Default The Original Hot Chocolate

On 09/15/2013 09:52 PM, goodfood wrote:
The Original Hot Chocolate is a unique, indulgent way of enjoying a hot
chocolate experience whilst enjoying one of the purest forms of
chocolate on the market “Pure Belgium Callebaut” Gluten Free, its
flavour and richness is reminiscent of the intense, polished drinking
chocolate experienced by the Europeans for centuries. Lucky for us we
can now enjoy this delicious form of hot chocolate made in Australia for
our hot chocolate loving Aussies.

Hardly original in any sense. The real original hot chocolate was what
the Aztecs drank, coarsely ground cacao beans, mixed with corn meal,
sweetened with honey in hot water.

This was food of the gods and of the priesthood that served them by
ripping out human hearts of captives and of individuals sent
as tribute to the Aztec Empire before the Spanish arrived.

Chocolate must be a drug otherwise why would the cultured Aztecs
done such hideous things? Maybe because they were convinced that
shedding human blood kept the Sun rising and the Rain falling.
Religion can be the deadliest drug.


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