Dark chocolate is the best type of chocolate Anonymous 29200
Prove me wrong
Nothing wrong to prove. Dark chocolate, best chocolate!
As a type 1 diabetic, darker chocolates are the only ones that I can eat without getting my ass handed to me. Love that low glycemic index. The only catch is I'm not desensitized to caffeine so it hits me like the apocalypse two hours later.
>prove me wrong
Mmmm White chocolate covered pretzels. I'm going to have to vote in agreement with you.
it does not taste anything like the fat off a steak, or a spoonful of oil, or a serving of butter. Not even close.
Dark chocolate 4ever.>>29204
Not even chocolate. Really should be called sugar that looks like chocolate
Always leaves the roof of my mouth feeling kind of burnt and bloody. I wonder if I'm allergic or something.
Around 76% is perfect for me, but I like anything 70-80%. Anything above that I don't really like the texture, I'd rather have cocoa nibs. Anything lower than 60% is usually gross to me, except as a rare treat if it has something special in it.
itt we pretend to like healthy and sophisticated foods
what about caviar, do you guys like it? i do, but maybe because i'm crazy about fish and seafood in general
I get the joke but in case you're not I authentically like caviar and roe in general. I'm also a huge fan of seafood and sushi though.
The texture's fun and it's nice in some combinations but overall it's kinda meh. Where I live it's pretty cheap (I live close to Russia and you can get it in a normal supermarket here, they also sell a vegan option) and everyone eats it with blini so it's nothing special
>>29487>get the joke
w-what joke? o_O
this made me remember i have a bar of dark chocolate with cherries and almonds in a weird spot in my room, i had completely forgotten about it!
and yes dark chocolate is the best cus all vegan chocolate is dark chocolate
I can't tell if you're taking the joke started here: >>29346
further or you just really want to talk about caviar.
I'm not a fan or normal dark chocolate but dark chocolate with things in it is delicious. My favorite is sea salt, idk why it works so well. There's also chili, orange, mint, hazelnut, raspberry…ugh so good.
I can’t. It truly is. Especially with sea salt.
>I have superior taste because I like dark chocolate and bitter coffee, it is scientifically proven, well prove me wrong and tell me why my taste is actually unrefined and not exquisite.
People like this are insufferable to be around. You're not special just because your taste buds tingle differently.
As opposed to something that tastes like pure cocoa, right.>>29289
Not chocolate but tastes better than actual chocolate, kek
Dark chocolate is cool but as much as I love to pretend that I'm edgy and elegant for preferring it, I actually like milk chocolate more.
I hear dark chocolate is healthier, though.
The question isn't if it's the best, the question is at what cacao percentages (%) do you decide that dark chocolate stops tasting good.
Picrel is probably as bitter as I would go.
>>118526>Especially with sea salt.
i'm sorry, what?
Not her, but there are salted chocolates that have black pepper in them too, they're really really good
Anything in the 75% to 100% range tastes good to the same to me, and it's what I prefer, so I guess I draw the line at 100%.
why is it that the more sugar it has, the funkier it tastes?
like, most dark chocolates taste sappy, and sweetness brings out the stale storage flavor that would otherwise be masked by milk. the worst of both worlds.
i like those astringent ”buttons” for that reason, it has neither sugar or milk, so it tastes like cocoa.
and the milk seashells which have no sugar are tasty too.
I won't prove you wrong, bc you're correct. Gimme that 70%+.
this thread made me want dark chocolate :(