Chocolate Recipes: 100 Chocolate Dessert Recipes for Home Baking (100 Murray’s Recipes) (Volume 5)

This is the 5th book in the new Cookbooks Series: "100 Murray’s Recipes" Chocolate - a confection based on cocoa butter, which is the product of processing cocoa beans - the seeds of the tree of chocolate, rich in caffeine and theobromine. Chocolate products often contain flavors (coffee, alcohol, brandy, vanilla, pepper), food additives (raisins, nuts, wafers, candied fruit), or stuffing. The food of the gods - so translates the word "chocolate" is Latin. And for good reason. The product contains many useful substances, vitamins, antioxidants, phenols, alkaloids, catechism, theophylline, theobromine, tryptophan, stearic acid, proteins, carbohydrates, vegetable oils, tannins, aromatic and minerals (magnesium, sodium, potassium, calcium, iron, fluorine phosphorus). The dark chocolate also has flavonoids and tannins. Caffeine is found in trace amounts in the delicacy. Chocolate exceeds apples, cheese, yoghurt and the content of vitamins A and C, calcium, potassium, iron, and phosphorus. Especially useful dark chocolate. Its consumption: • Strengthens the immune system; • It removes toxins from the body; • Prevents colds; • Treat cough; • Eliminates the pain in the throat; • Contributes to the formation of bone tissue; • Facilitates the flow of premenstrual syndrome; • Relieves menstrual pain; • Reduces the risk of ulcers and cancer; • Protects the body from the adverse effects of ultraviolet radiation; • Prevents the appearance of wrinkles; • Gives the skin firmness and elasticity; • Rejuvenates the body; • Prolongs life. Chocolate is easily absorbed by the body, speeds up the metabolism, perfectly satisfies hunger and decreases appetite.

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