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4/9/13 5:37 P
4/9/13 2:27 P
I prefer (rice) milk chocolate but eat dark for the nutritional benefits. I see it like white rice vs. brown rice. The processed stuff may taste better but offers me little to nothing in the way of nutrients.
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798 4/9/13 11:30 A
I used to prefer milk chocolate, but started eating a little dark chocolate regularly last year when I started eating really healthily. Then I progressed to 60-80% cocoa dark chocolates and you do get used to it. It is still chocolate! And when I use cocoa powder I use 100% cocoa... soo good for you!
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4/9/13 10:34 A
I don't discriminate, I love all chocolates & don't have a preference lol
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4/9/13 9:36 A
I LOVE milk chocolate!
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Learned to eat dark chocolate
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4/9/13 9:27 A
i prefer the taste of milk chocolate
4/9/13 8:58 A
I also prefer dark chocolate
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4/9/13 8:08 A
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8 4/7/13 11:00 P
I have a square of dark chocolate (85% cocoa) a few times a week. It's not particularly sweet but somehow so satisfying. I won't eat milk chocolate because it's actually too sweet to me and not that healthy for me.
Once in a while, I make a healthier hot cocoa for my young daughter that she loves. I also make a chocolate-avocado shake that is so delicious to me. Less sugar and more healthy ingredients in both recipes.
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2,559 4/7/13 9:23 P
I prefer semi-sweet, but since that wasn't one of the choices, I'd say out of those two, dark chocolate.
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4/7/13 6:14 P
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5,908 4/7/13 6:02 P
Dark chocolate is so much more intense! I think it is an acquired taste. As you eat healthier, your body doesn't crave the added sugar as much.
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4/7/13 4:28 P
I've always preferred dark chocolate, though I do like a high-quality milk chocolate, too.
4/7/13 4:22 P
I have always had a preference for darker chocolates.
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4/7/13 4:00 P
I know a bit of dark chocolate every day is good for you, but to me only the creamy, sugary goodness of milk chocolate satisfies.
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