Should Journalists Have Chocolate Training?

Posted on November 19, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

So much rubbish is written about chocolate by people that have no hope of knowing better. It's about time we stopped sharing sensationalist crap written to get more visits and social shares.

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95% of What We Know About Chocolate is Rubbish

Posted on November 01, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

Over the past couple of decades at least the retailers that sell the most chocolate have done very little to help consumers' with their understanding of chocolate, here I try and expose the myths and lies that have been wilfully spread by those that should know better.

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Novelty Chocolate Isn't Just Chocolate Coins

Posted on October 29, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

Consider alternatives to the High Street this year when you're considering your chocolate gifts - you just don't know what awesome stuff you'll find.

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There is No One Single Way To Make Chocolate

Posted on October 21, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

There is more than one way to make chocolate. It is about time we put the myth that there is only one way to bed.

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The Truth of Bean to Bar Chocolate and What Questions You Should Be Asking Makers

Posted on October 12, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

Why it is so vitally important to ask questions when you buy a chocolate.

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Can Diabetics Eat Dark Chocolate?

Posted on July 25, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

Just what impact will having dark chocolate have on you? The truth is that I don't know as we don't have your medical records and don't know exactly what type of chocolate you are consuming.

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What is Handmade Chocolate?

Posted on July 25, 2014 by Lee Mccoy | 0 Comments

There are many words chocolatiers and chocolate makers that can be misleading. One is 'handmade'. Just what does it mean and why you should always question somebody that uses it on their labels and marketing to ascertain exactly how your chocolates are made and what ingredients are used.

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