Although he illuminated the world with inexpensive, delicious milk chocolate. Hershey had many other accomplishments during his lifetime (“Milton Hershey,” 1999). Milton Hershey created the world-famous Hershey Chocolate Company. Even though it is an international company now, it didn’t start that way. After
“Anything is good if it’s made of chocolate “. People around the world adore eating chocolate and enjoy it, but most of the people are not aware of the process of making chocolate. Chocolate production started in Mesoamerica in 1900 BC. The uses of chocolate at that time was to made fermented beverages but, know days it is consider the main ingredient in making cookies, milk suck and candy bars. Also People use chocolate to express their feeling to each other.
When the Spanish arrived to the “New World” they gradually brought their culinary “Old World” remnants. Thus started the fusion between “Old World” and “New World” ingredients. For example, “It has been pointed out by culinary anthropologists that very few of the ingredients in mole poblano were indigenous to the New World. The native chiles and chocolate, as well as the turkey itself, were indispensable in creating the dish, but almost all the spices were Old World ingredients. In contrast, nearly all the seasonings in Oaxaca's green mole are herbs native to the region.” We know one thing for sure it is a true mestizo
But even though his new venture was a success, Hershey still wasn’t satisfied. He wanted to make a lighter, creamier chocolate using milk, but time after time, His milk chocolate experiments ended in an oily mess. But he succeeded in 1900.
While there are many people who enjoy chocolate there are also others who absolutely do not like it, whether people like chocolate or not it is thanks to the contributions of the Mesoamerican cultures use of chocolate for trade, rituals, and medicinal purposes, that today chocolate has become very important to the world of cuisine. The first records of cacao according to The Journal of Nutrition were first identified by Columbus and his crew, but it wasn’t until Hernando Cortez and Bernal Diaz del Castillo’s expedition in Mesoamerica that the importance of cacao was identified. It was here where Cortez and his men saw the preparation of the chocolate beverage. They then spread this knowledge in Spain, according to The Journal of Nutrition “Chocolate, prepared as a beverage, was introduced to the Spanish court in 1544 by Kekchi Mayan nobles brought from the New World to Spain by Dominican friars to meet Prince Philip” (Vukovic). Even though the first records of cacao suggest that Mayans and the Aztecs were among the first to use cacao a recent article suggests that the Olmec used cacao as
gummy bears were created in 1922.they were originally named dancing bears they were bigger and thinner than the gummy bears we see today. many companies make it but the most popular ones are Haribo and trolli.one thing that gummy bears don't mix well with is potassium chlorate they sell gummy bear chandelier there are gummy bears with edible 24k gold.if you soak them in water they expand all the different types of gummies for example gummy worm, cherry, hamburgers and many more were inspired by gummy bears because of how popular and successful they became.the largest gummy bear you can buy is 26 pounds if a gummy bear was made out of flesh this is what it’s skeleton would look like.one cool dessert that you can do is gummy bear
2000 BC, Amazon: Cocoa, from which chocolate is created, is said to have originated in the Amazon at least 4,000 years ago. Sixth Century AD: Chocolate, derived from the seed of the cocoa tree, was used by the Maya Culture, as early as the Sixth Century AD. Maya called the cocoa tree cacahuaquchtl… "tree," and the word chocolate comes from the Maya word xocoatl which means bitter water. 300 AD, Maya Culture: To the Mayas, cocoa pods symbolized life and fertility... nothing could be more important! Stones from their palaces and temples revealed many carved pictures of cocoa pods.
Their challenge was that milk, which is 90 percent water, and cocoa butter, which is mostly oil, don’t blend easily together. And when they are finally mixed, they quickly separate. Time after time, Hershey’s milk chocolate experiments ended in oily messes.” Also it says that, “But finally, in 1900, Hershey succeeded.” In other words Milton failed a lot at making his famous candy, but he kept trying and finally did it. Also he failed at making Reese’s Pieces too. I know this because in the text it says, “ At first, The oily peanut butter caused the candy shell to become greasy.
By that time, the beans had been an important part of the Aztec culture for many centuries. The Aztec people considered them a delicious food and used them in religious ceremonies. In many ways, the first meeting between Montezuma and Cortés marked the beginning of chocolate as one of the world’s favorite treats. The Chocolate Industry Is Born Cortés brought shipments of cocoa beans back to Spain.