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You Can Now Buy Slices of Chocolate Like You Can Buy Slices of Cheese

Dec 09, 2015

Remember cheese slices? They were probably in one of your lunch boxes back in the day. Now chocolate versions of that — thin squares of plain chocolate — are being sold in Japan, and chocoholics are eating up the news.

A brand called Bourbon makes them, and a listing for the snack in its online store recommends putting them in wraps, on top of pancakes or crackers, melting them onto toast, or placing a cookie-cutter on top of them to make different shapes.

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And they're out just in time for you make and break that New Year's resolution to cut back on desserts and exercise more.

QUIZ: Should You Eat This or That?

Which is better for you: A 1/2 cup of ice cream or 3 scoops of sorbet?
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Which is better for you: A 1/2 cup of ice cream or 3 scoops of sorbet?
Answer: A 1/2 cup of ice cream
Which is better for you: Real butter or spray on fake butter?
Answer: Butter
Which is better for you: A sirloin burger or a turkey burger?
Which is better for you: Almonds or pretzels?
Answer: Almonds
Which is better for you: Eggs or Special K?
Answer: Eggs
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Answer: Regular salad dressing
Which is better for you: A low fat cookie or dark chocolate?
Answer: Dark chocolate “People tend to believe fat free is calorie free,” says Keri Gans, a registered dietitian in New York City. “Go for the real thing.” Fat free cookies may be lower in fat, but higher in other ingredients like sugar. Try a nice piece of dark chocolate for those antioxidants.
Which is better for you: Low fat Greek yogurt or 100 calorie Yoplait yogurt?
Answer: Low fat Greek Yogurt
Which is better for you: Half cup of ice cream or 3 scoops of sorbet?
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(h/t Rocket News 24)

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