Apparently, there is a limit to the amount of chocolate that I can eat.  Who knew?

Cocoa beans, cocoa butter, chocolate liquor, cocoa nibs, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, caramel ice-cream, ganache, praline, salted caramel, sugared almonds and a prosecco cocktail with the flesh of a cacao pod.  You name it, we tried it*.

It was all, with the possible exception of the tobacco chocolate, lovely.  But I don’t think that I’ll be eating chocolate again.  Ever**.

PS for anyone wondering whether I’m trying to pass extreme chocolate eating off as my Juneathon activity, I’m not.  I snuck in a few lunges to take care of that.

*At an Artisan du Chocolat tasting evening.

**Or at least until tomorrow.


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10 Responses to Chocolate!

  1. Oh yes, I like this. To know that an ultra-runner can eat this much chocolate brings how to us all!! Hooray!

  2. RubySneakers says:

    Yum! Well, minus the tobacco chocolate – I don’t think I could come at that either. Good work sneaking a few lunges in, but I think the amount of chewing undertaken could have had you covered (jaws need exercise too, right?). 🙂

  3. sarahgb says:

    Sounds wonderful, although if I ate that much chocolate my body would shut down! 😉

  4. Shaz says:

    Ok so now I want chocolate for breakfast and its all your fault!

  5. kimivory says:

    Am sitting here dribbling at the thought of all that chocolate!

  6. zoecakes says:

    I felt like that after visiting Cadbury World – it didn’t last though! 😉

  7. plustenner says:

    sounds amazing!

  8. Helen says:

    I love salt caramel. Don’t fancy tobacco chocolate. Bacon chocolate is nice. Marmite chocolate is not.

  9. joggett says:

    Chocolate is packed full of antioxidants which fight free-radicals in your body which lead to … nasty stuff that’s bad for you.. and therfore it’s a matter of not being able to afford not to eat the stuff.

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