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How to Taste Dark Chocolate

Saturday, September 1st, 2007


  1. Find a location free from background noise, such as television, music, a crying baby, road traffic noise or just talkative friends etc. Being able to concentrate as intently as possible will facilitate flavor detection.
  2. Clear your palate. This means that your mouth should not contain residual flavors from a previous meal. Eat a wedge of apple or piece of bread if necessary. This is crucial in order to taste the subtleties of chocolate’s complex flavor.

… check out the full article here

Apparently there is a debate on Wikihow regarding whether the subject of how to eat dark chocolate deserves an article. Personally I found it very useful.

Now enough distractions, and back to the reason I was checking out Wikihow … looking for information on the router dovetail jig that I picked up for a couple of bucks in a garage sale.