Thanks David. I'd missed this originally and it was very helpful to hear their review. Thanks for posting the link.
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Yes ,it was a bit of fun which was why back in the day we created just chat.
I once bought a bar of 90%- cocoa chocolate. It was vile. Unbearably bitter. Binned it after one square. Perhaps it's an acquired taste.
So, I did get the question correct, but was marked wrong.
White chocolate is made of cocoa, however only the fat part. It contains ingredients such as butter, milk products, vanilla and lecithin. Therefore it is considered technically not as chocolate.That's "white", white chocolate isn't really chocolate. It's fat that tastes like chocolate owing to the presence of cocoa butter helped along by lashings of sugar. As such, it lacks any of the beneficial nutritional qualities of proper dark (high cocoa mass) chocolate. Me, I can't stand white chocolate (because I know what I'm eating) and I adore the proper, 90% cocoa, dark unadulterated stuff...