Decoding the flavor creates the dominance of chocolate in a scientific perspective!
decoding the factors that make up the taste and addictive texture of chocolate, help this dish dominate the world of sweets for centuries!
Cocoa has been used as a currency for hundreds of years
david freidel, an anthropologist at washington university, missouri, thinks that maya civilization does not use money, either dong or paper money.
This is why chocolate is so addictive
many types of chocolate
also feel quite similar to drug addiction, including struggle, uncontrollable eating, anxiety disorders and emotional disorders.
Close up of chocolate pieces more than 200 million, the most expensive planet
at the chocolate
fair in obidos, portugal on friday, the most expensive chocolate
in the world was presented.
The wife holds the chocolate Valentine gift for 33 years
a british woman keeps chocolate
bars donated from 1984 as a treasure and is proud to show off to everyone.
Meaningful gifts in Valentine's day
valentine's day 14/2 is an opportunity for couples and couples to give each other gifts, loving and meaningful wishes.
Get to know smart people through quirky factors
the amount of hair on the body, like eating chocolate, drinking less alcohol, left-handed ... can be the factor that contributes to determining the intelligence of each person.
Vietnam owns the best chocolate in the world
for hundreds of years, chocolate
has been the basic ingredient in many kinds of cakes, candies, ice cream biscuits, cakes ... all over the world. this is also one of the most favorite flavors of billions of people.
Chocolate anti-aging can help U50 women as young as girls
british scientists develop anti-aging chocolate
products that promise to make the skin of 50-year-old women as young as girls 20.
Completely false thoughts about eating, sleeping, resting (part 1)
according to techinsider, there are many misconceptions but very popular of people, such as milk that makes bones strong, food that is dropped if picked up is still safe, or humans have 5 senses ... .
How much water is needed to produce 1kg of food for you?
have you ever wondered how much water to make 1 kg of meat, 1kg of potatoes or 1 kg of bananas? the following image series will give you some information about the amount of water needed to produce some common foods.
Discover 4 true divine medicines
world medicine is growing rapidly and strongly. every day, every hour, we witness new impressive inventions in this area.
How is the famous Vietnamese Chocolate made?
from cacao fruit grown in dong nai and ben tre provinces ..., two french entrepreneurs created the famous vietnamese chocolate
in the world.
Chocolate helps children do math better
a recent study showed that chocolate
helps the brain to solve calculations more quickly and accurately.
Valentine's Day: Gifts, history and love
where did the origins of valentine's day come from? (think of nude romans, pagans, and whips).
Chocolate helps heart healthy
each day a small piece of dark chocolate
protects the heart from inflammation, thus avoiding heart problems. milk chocolate
does not have this ability.
Maya people use chocolate as spices
archaeologists have discovered traces of 2,500-year-old chocolate
on a plate on the yucatan peninsula (mexico). that said, cocoa may have been used by the mayans not only as a beverage, but also as a spice in sauce, according to the associated press.
Chocolate is going to be extinct? This technology may be the answer
specifically, experts believe that chocolate
is completely capable
'Love food' will be more expensive due to climate change
chocolate prices may soar in the future due to global warming causing cocoa production to decline. chocolate
is a sweet food known worldwide. it is considered that chocolate
is a sweet gift, expressing love.
Chocolate can become a luxury item
cocoa is grown in west africa region due to suitable climate and soil conditions. ivory coast and ghana, two countries that provide about half of the world's cocoa production. however, the average cocoa production of these two countries will be reduced by 50% if the global temperature increases by 2.3 degrees from now until 2050.