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  • Milk chocolate

    12 21.05%
  • Dark chocolate

    39 68.42%
  • It doesn't matter

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    Which is better?

    So I want to see what other people think, is milk chocolate or dark chocolate better?

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    better for what?

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    Taste

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    IMHO
    General eating and baking - dark chocolate, the more cacao the better
    Chocolate bunnies at Easter - milk chocolate
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    Quote Originally Posted by poptart38247 View Post
    Taste
    baking - dark or semi dark
    eating straight - either one
    romantic interlude? - hershey's syrup.

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    Dark.
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    Dark chocolate is more healthy for you.
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    milk has no place in chocolate, imo. and dark MUST be eaten while sipping a nice wine. period.
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    I voted "It doesn't matter" even though techically it does matter...

    It all depends on my mood, and somewhat on the specific chocolate.

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    you should have an extra dark (or bittersweet) line...dark chocolate comes in many strengths, the more cacao the better the chocolate. I would have selected extra dark, just bought a bar listed at 82 percent cacao.
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    I don't discriminate. I'll inhale either, both. Gimme!


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    Quote Originally Posted by fearfeasog View Post
    milk has no place in chocolate, imo. and dark MUST be eaten while sipping a nice red wine. period.
    Fixed

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    I don't understand the question; is low-quality chocolate worse than indeterminate-quality chocolate? And is either less fun than the other to eat under particular circumstances?

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    I don't understand how people can be snobby about the most basic things. I like milk chocolate alone. I don't care about the quality or having it with wine. It tastes good.

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    <can of worms>

    What about white chocolate?

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    I prefer dark chocolate but I certainly have no problems with most milk chocolate (though I've had some that was pathetic). On the other hand, I don't really care for white chocolate at all. I've also found some dark chocolate just too bitter for me. Anything above about 70-ish seems to lean toward too bitter for my personal taste.

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    White chocolate is an oxymoran.

    But, give me dark almost all the time with milk chocolate as the one that proves the point.

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    If you didn't have milk chocolate you would have no comparison to prove dark is best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peabodypride View Post
    I don't understand how people can be snobby about the most basic things. I like milk chocolate alone. I don't care about the quality or having it with wine. It tastes good.
    Yep. I'm with you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peabodypride View Post
    I don't understand how people can be snobby about the most basic things. I like milk chocolate alone. I don't care about the quality or having it with wine. It tastes good.
    Once you have really good quality chocolate you realize that the cheap stuff tastes like wax. I don't like Hershey bars any more for this very reason.
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    Maybe I just haven't had any really good chocolate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monogodo View Post
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    What about white chocolate?

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    I didn't include white chocolate because it really isn't chocolate.

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    I can appreciate both, but you just can't beat a good dark chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind View Post
    Maybe I just haven't had any really good chocolate.
    I'd be happy to send you some.
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    milk chocolate is kiddie candy

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    Quote Originally Posted by CbadRider View Post
    I'd be happy to send you some.
    I'd be happy to receive some! What kind do you like, Cbad?
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