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What's really in that luscious chocolate aroma?

By Sciencedaily.com | Posted - Aug. 30, 2011 at 10:30 a.m.



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The mouth-watering aroma of roasted cocoa beans -- key ingredient for chocolate -- emerges from substances that individually smell like potato chips, cooked meat, peaches, raw beef fat, human sweat, earth and an improbable palate of other distinctly un-cocoa-like aromas. That's among the discoveries emerging from an effort to identify the essential aroma and taste ingredients in the world's favorite treat. Read More ...

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