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He Rubs A Chocolate Bar On The Bottom Of A Can, And Shows An Unlikely Survival Tip

The Mayans and Aztecs first drank chocolate in pre-Columbian Mexico. In 1525, the Spanish conquered this part of the world and took drinking chocolate back with them to Europe. During the 1600s, there is evidence that this early chocolate drink became common at elite and royal weddings in France and England. Historians believe that chocolate was not eaten until 1847, when it was introduced by Fry & Son. Their product was too bitter and flopped. Decades later, in 1874, Daniel Peter changed everything. Peter experimented with eating chocolate in different forms, and on one delicious day he added milk to chocolate. Everyone loved his milk chocolate bars. I wonder what Daniel Peter would think of the chocolate experiment in this video?
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