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at Wednesday, March 09, 2011
My doctor is wonderful, she specialises in everything and will look at other remedies rather than just handing out drugs which is exactly what she did to me when she prescribed me half a bar of good chocolate a day!
Needless to say I didn’t disagree at all and when asked what she classed as a good chocolate she replied Montezuma’s Dark Chocolate – its pure – no dairy – eco friendly – increased my essential red bloods cell and taste FANTASTIC! And they have some amazing new creations - Sea Dog: Dark chocolate with sea salt and lime – One of my favorites! (and vegan!) Gourmet Gorilla: Dark chocolate with almonds and hazelnuts.
I’ve always been rather picky over what chocolate I eat, Bourneville or Cadburys only please but I had to stop even these when my little one was born as he has a severe milk allergy and it now turns out my eldest does to. So I have to admit I was somewhat dubious as I like chocolate to taste like chocolate not cocoa powder however within a day I was hooked! And I want to share with you their great taste so I have 5 Bars to give away. Just follow me here or on twitter and give me your best ideas for chocolate!
PS while you’re at check out http://www.montezumas.co.uk/ and some of their latest creations!
GIVEAWAY: NOW CLOSED!
Follow and leave me a comment below or on twitter and share with me your best ideas for chocolate. I adore mine grated over ice cream (non dairy of course!)