Why do we eat chocolate on Valentine's Day?

Answer

The reason chocolate is eaten on Valentine's Day is because it is considered to be a romantic food. The sweet, tasty nature of chocolate makes it an ideal gift for loved ones, and it has become popular as a romantic gift in many places around the world.
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Chocolate has been used as a gift for hundreds of years. It's creamy, sensual, deeply gratifying tastes and textures make it the ideal gift to show love or appreciation. Chocolate is associated with romance in many cultures around the world, which makes it perfect for Valentine's day.
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