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As I write this all the stores are gearing up for Easter, with lots of
chocolate bunnies and eggs and such easily find-able. But St.
Patrick's Day is widely celebrated, too, at this time of year. Where
are the chocolate
leprechauns? And chocolate shamrocks, or even chocolate 4-leaf
chocolate covered coins for St. Patty's Day
[xandram, Mar 16 2015]
Chocolate coated leprechauns
For St Patrick's day [xenzag, Mar 16 2015]
[hippo, Mar 16 2015]
Obviously this would be appropriate for St. Patrick's Day, also. [Vernon, Mar 17 2015]
Fermenting and Chocolate
According to this, chocolate is normally fermented somewhat during the typical making process. My questioning annotation, however, is about fermenting the finished product, which has a lot of sugar in it.... [Vernon, Mar 18 2015]
||Saint Patrick's Day is for Beer, although chocolate would be
||[xandram], if they take milk chocolate and ferment it until
it is about 6% alcohol (about same as beer or ale), what do
they call it?
||They're magically delicious.
||Green chocolate makes me want to heave. So does too much
beer, but that's another story.