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Half True Half False VII
Here's number 7 in the Half True Half False series. Of these 20 questions exactly half are true and half are false and the entire quiz revolves around chocolate. Take your time and don't go crazy counting or munching on M&Ms.
Chocolate was a staple in the diet of the South Mexico Olmec tribe as far back as 2000 B.C.
American and Russian missions into space have included chocolate bars.
Evidence suggests that while women crave salts and fatty foods, men tend to crave chocolate.
Swiss manufacturer Philippe Suchard produced the first milk chocolate bar in 1875.
White chocolate, which was invented in the 1930s by the Swiss, contains no cocoa solids.
Cadbury made the first chocolate bar in 1892.
Cacao trees can live up to 200 years.
The smell of chocolate increases theta brain waves, which triggers relaxation.
The inventor of the Chocolate Chip Cookie sold the idea to Nestle Toll House in return for a lifetime supply of chocolate.
Although the Swiss have many chocolate makers, Germany has been known for centuries to consume more chocolate than any other country.
In 1579, English buccaneers captured a Spanish ship loaded with cocoa beans. The English thought is was sheep dung and burned the lot.
The first machine-made chocolate was produced in Bern, Switzerland in 1780.
In the film Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock used Bosco chocolate syrup.
There are potato chips (crisps) dipped in Milk Chocolate.
Nowadays, Africa grows 70% of the world's chocolate and Cote d'ivoire provides roughly 40% of the world’s supply.
It is generally accepted that champagne and sparkling wine go well with dark chocolate.
George Cadbury discovered conching, an essential process in refining chocolate in 1879.
German chocolate cake was named after Sam German, an American, and did not originate in Germany.
In the Oaxacabar region of Mexico children drink chocolate in the morning to ward off scorpion and bee stings.
"Madeleine", known as the most expensive chocolate in the world, is made by Fritz Knipschildt, a chocolatier in Connecticut.
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