Where Did Chocolate Originate from?

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Cocoa, from which chocolate is created, is said to have originated in the Amazon at least 4,000 years ago. The sweet chocolate residue found in Puerto Escondido, Honduras from around 1100 BC is the earliest found evidence of the use of cacao to date. Chocolate is one of the most popular food types and flavours in the world.
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Cacao beans contain large amounts of cacao butter, a natural oil. The Mesoamerican civilizations that used cacao lacked the technology to separate this oil from the hand-ground beans
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The predecessor to the hot chocolate we enjoy today was the Aztec drink
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Chocolate originated in the rain forests of N. and S. America, around 2000 years ago! It was first made by the Aztecs and the Mayas.
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