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Vicki
Thursday, November 22, 2007, 3:11pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Organic 100% cocoa powder is available from Equal Exchange...the label says it is processed in the same facility as processes wheat and soy.  
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Hello Curious, from your post it sounds like you don't eat chocolate anymore.  Do you react specifically to chocolate?     Were you able to replace it with something?... skydiving, alligator wrestling?    It would take something REALLY intense to take my mind off chocolate.  


Shazamda, I used to eat gourmet chocolates (the very expensive ones), but I stopped eating them because they would have all sorts of avoids in them. But I still eat chocolate, predominantly the Lindt 85% one - it has some sugar and vanilla, so I only have a little bit. A 100 g bar lasts for weeks in my fridge.
Alligator wresting could be great, but no alligators where I live. I guess I have replaced the chocolate with fruits, at the moment mangoes are my favorites - the mango season has just started
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