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What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.

What’s your favorite chocolate?

They say wine gets better over time and, in a way, I think the same is true of chocolate. As time goes on we find even better and more ways to consume chocolate. And,

For instance, some people live on the edge and like the surprise of finding bits of nuts and fruit mixed into their chocolate. Others prefer a smooth chocolate without any bits changing the texture. Still others like chocolate with a hard outer shell and a creamy inside. And there will probably never be a day where everyone agrees on one chocolate variety above all the rest. What really matters is that you branch out and try different varieties, whether you prefer plain milk chocolate or dark huckleberry chocolate with big hunks of huckleberry in it.

I’m guilty of this myself. I have a simple taste, preferring milk chocolate with mint in it. But if I refuse to eat any chocolate that is not milk with mint, how will I know I don’t like new types of chocolate, like jalapeno chocolate? Trying new things, like seafood or a strange chocolate bar, can be terrifying but it can also be rewarding.

I guess you could take this blog post on a deeper level, saying that we can’t live in the fear of change and should choose to try new things and leave our comfort zone every now and then. Or you can take it for what it is: have a favorite chocolate but sample some other

flavors too. After all, tastes can change.