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  • Dark Chocolate & Lecithins

    I've been eating a lot of 86% Ghirardelli chocolate, but I noticed that there is soy lecithin in it, is there a reason?

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    Per Mark's recent post, not a problem.
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      the lecithin acts as an emulsifier. Most chocolates have it, unfortunately.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ideal Peace View Post
        I've been eating a lot of 86% Ghirardelli chocolate
        I read somewhere that the optimum percentage of cocoa solids for health benefit is 76. If I remember correctly, it's a Swedish doctor carrying out the research.
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