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    Stuff Matters: Delicious Some people say that eating chocolate is better than kissing. Studies have been conducted showing that the sensation of melting chocolate is far more intense and long lasting than the brain activity measured while a couple kissed. What is it about chocolate, that makes it so pleasurable to consume? What it is about chocolate, that allows it to go from a solid to a liquid?In the chapter Delicious, Midownik discusses the process, properties, and structures for one of the

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    You have a love for chocolates? Chocolate, usually referred to as the 'food of the gods ' in the U.S. is a part of human diet for almost 4,000 years. Originated from a region surrounding the Amazon basin and finally,introduced to the Western world by Christopher Columbus upon his return from fourth voyage to the New World in 1502, chocolate is now loved worldwide. A new research found that eating six bars of chocolate in a week reduces the chance of developing a dangerous type of heartbeat -

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    A Gift of Cocoa Beans In 1519, the explorer Hernán Cortés arrived with a fleet of ships from Spain in what is now southern Mexico. There he came into contact with the Aztec people and their ruler, Montezuma. Montezuma welcomed Cortés and gave him a gift of cocoa beans. Cortés and his men were among the first Europeans to see and taste cocoa beans. 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

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    Have you ever made a candy that went famous? No? Well Milton Hershey has. Milton Hershey was persistent because in the article it says that, “ His team worked 16-hour days, month after month. 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

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    Annalise Falci Ms. Schulz Social Studies 7 28 February 2018 The Fair Price Of Chocolate For many years, the chocolate industry has used child trafficking and slavery in order to gain millions of dollars a year. This was brought to my attention by the 2012 documentary, Chocolate: The Bitter Truth by BBC. When using child slavery, the farms that produce the cocoa do not have to pay the children anything. Considering this, the question, “Do we pay a fair price for our chocolate?” lingers in the air

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    Chocolate As Renewable Energy Have you ever heard of chocolate as renewable energy? Well it is, chocolate might just be the next renewable source of energy. Research from the University of Birmingham in the UK suggests that by extracting hydrogen from confectionary(food items that are rich in sugar and carbohydrates) waste- a process that may have a huge impact on the future handling of food waste and its potential as a supplier of renewable energy.(Renewable Energy World. 2006) Chocolate as a renewable

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    The History of Chocolate The history of chocolate had been started as a nourishment item backtracks to Pre-Columbian Mexico. Moreover, A drink called "Xocoatll" was made by the Mayans and Aztecs. This drink was made from the beans of the cocoa tree. Both the Mayans and Aztecs trusted that the cacao bean had mysterious, or even perfect, properties, suitable for use in the most sacrosanct ceremonies of birth, marriage and death. Exhibit 1:Ingredients of “Xocoatll” In 1615 a homologous chocolate

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    Seventy two percent of the cocoa beans used by large chocolate companies come from the Ivory Coast and Ghana. Before purchasing a chocolate from brands like Hershey 's or Nestle that we enjoy and love, think again as it is not as innocent as we may think. Many of these chocolate companiesuse child labor practices to processes their chocolate fromthe cocoa beans produced in the Ivory Coast, but that needs to stop. The Cocoa beans from the Ivory Coast are harvested by adolescents who are treated like

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    “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. Although chocolate is popular around

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    Section 2: Analysis of Competition To discover effectual sources of competitive benefit, an analysis of the business’s structure should be taken on. Thus, to analyze the Tesco’s competitive atmosphere, Porter’s five forces of competition theory have been used as follow: threat of new entrants, power of buyers, power of suppliers, threat of substitutes and competitive rivalry. Threat of New Entrants Basically, the greater the barriers to entry are, the greater the possible

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    Introduction of cocoa The Latin name for cocoa literally means, “Food of the gods.” This treasured crop played a significant role in many ancient South American cultures. The Mayans used cocoa to create beverage that was shared during marriage ceremonies, providing one of the first known associations between chocolate and romance. From German chocolate cake to Swiss cocoa, today, people around the world enjoy chocolate in many different forms be it beverages or desserts, consuming more than 3 million

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    STEP 1- PROVIDE THE OUTLINE Title: The benefits of eating dark chocolate Hello everyone, I will be talking about dark chocolate today. Intro: (1min) Attention Grabber/Hook used- Manufacturing dark chocolate in factories (30 sec) 1.Dark chocolate (also known as black chocolate] or plain chocolate) is a form of chocolate which has a higher content of cocoa butter and less milk than other forms of chocolate. INSERT STORY on the history of dark chocolate(30 secs-1 min) Many modern historians have

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    Dogs are Better Pets than Cats Which one is better dogs or cats? This question was created since the dawn of time. Its very hard to choose since they are both great pets. Cats are excellent at other things but dogs will dominate the cat since they are way better than cats. Dogs are very superior and excellent to their jobs. To start off they can help you, as dogs they are very gentle and friendly, and lastly they could be a lot better and make healthier due to the activities that you have to do

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    Symbols in the “August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury In the short story August 2026: There Will Come Soft Rains Ray Bradbury focuses readers’ attention on the last day of a smart house. Unlike its owners and other people, the building survived in an unnamed disaster with all its mechanisms and continued to follow its habitual schedule for some time. But it lost the last battle with forces of nature. Symbols in the story depict two different themes: the American dream or its horrible

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    Cats aren't really all that hard to please, are they? You give them food, a bed, and they are all set, right? Well, most cats. Some are playful, and some are lazy. Some need lots of attention, and some like their independence. One thing you will find though, is that cats are never innocent. In the poems, "The Golden Cat", and "The Cat and the Moon", you will analyze the similarities as well as the differences each one of these two cats hold, so you can get a good insight as to why they are

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    Mitchell Reitz Mr. Bergmann Senior English P3 26 August 2015 Perks of Owning a Goose Pets may come and go for parts of an owner’s life, but in the pet’s eyes, the owner is their entire life. Cats and dogs are usually the pet of choice mostly because of the personalities that the animals have. Some people appreciate the caring, loving, and gentleness of cats. Other people like the playfulness, loyalty, and ability to protect a house in dogs. A goose is an animal that people overlook as a pet, but

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    We're always told how important it is to train our dogs, but what exactly is dog training and why is it so important anyway? The following list explains why it is absolutely vital that we provide proper socialization and training to our canine friends. Please read these 5 undeniable reasons why we owe it to our dogs to train them: Dog training helps to build and strengthen a healthy and productive relationship with your dog. Dog training opens up the lines of communication between you and your

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    For my First Year Experience service project I went and volunteered at Catman2. Catman2 is a no kill cat shelter that helps cats that were strays and or abandoned on the streets. The shelter is a small two story house with about five rooms on the first floor, each with different kinds of cats. Caleb does have two sheds in the front also filled with cats. The sheds are filled with expensive priced cats as well as kittens. There is a disability room for those who have been hospitalized inside the shelter

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    “Comparison is the death of joy”- Mark Twain. When you compare two things, for instance animals, you began to compare and contrast them which loses the value of each individual because both have the potential to do anything the other is being known for being capable to do. There is a large number of similarities that Germans shepherds and Persian cats share, but at the same time they are very unlike. Both animals are very popular pet in America today and are also very popular pet all around the world

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    The poems “A Blessing” and “Predators” can be the same or different because both have different animals but they act differently. In the poems “A Blessing” and “Predators” there will be comparing and contrasting in both poems, “A Blessing” and “Predators” Both poems “A Blessing” and “Predators” they both have tamed animals in both poems because the horses are tamed in “Blessing” and they are surrounded by fences/barbed wire so, they can’t get out on page 139 and paragraph 5 it says “We step over

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