CHOCOLATE’S age-old appeal.
Archeologists have recently
found evidence which may fly in
the face of claims that chocolate
in solid form is a modern
The archeologists were
investigating a site in Mexico’s
Yucatan peninsula where they
found a plate with traces of
2,500-year old chocolate.
This find, according to the
team, suggests that in addition
to drinking chocolate, ancient
Mexicans may have in fact eaten
it as well.
Prior to the find, it was
generally agreed that chocolate
was only drunk by wealthy
citizens in ancient Mexico.
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