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s carfing down an entire bag of bite-sized chocolate bars is definitely therapeutic, but true chocotherapy is far less calorific. Chocotherapy actually consists of being slathered and massaged in ooey gooey chocolate mousse, which is just as appealing as the gorging scenario, and way less fatty. The method was developed by the “skinfood” company ISHI, although chocolate’s healing properties were discovered and revered by anci
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Posted by Cayla Capri
w hen this culinary orgasm first came on the scene in ancient Mesoamerica, it was considered a cure-all antidote. Obviously, the Mesoamerican thought-track was not a far cry from that of the modern-day woman. Chocolate is the go-to “love-drug” of the fairer sex, and while your hubby may not always empathize when he catches you eating chocolate cookie dough straight from the tube, a spread of fine dark truffles served with sparkling wine on your wedding day– that he’ll get. Even if he’s of a rare breed uninterested in the creamy, dreamy goodness of chocolate, he’s not likely to protest the alleged
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a t the heart of this confection delirium lies la ganache, a creamy cocoa-ful or caramel-esque concoction, rippling with surprise tidbits of berries, nuts, nougat or fudge. The world can thank Chambery, France for producing this lil’delectable, and its doppelgangers of the Swiss and American variety - these gooey, gushy bite-sizers will nestle down anywhere in a wedded-out extravaganza. Incorporate these choco-wonders into bridesmaid’s gifts, croquembouches décor-amas, guest favors, or an after-dark dip into a flavorful pillow of indulgence. cocoa-potable pairings
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