Peters Cambra Bittersweet Dipping
$13.49 – $49.99
Peter’s® chocolates are formulated with uniquely flavored beans to provide flavor nuances not found in other chocolates. Whether you are a baker or confectioner, Peter’s chocolates will enhance your quality creations.
In our one 10 LB block, you can choose our standard shipping where you will receive your block broken to give you the best value on shipping. We will also gladly ship your block whole. This can be fun for your chocolate lover in your life. It does require us to ship this with a little more care, and the pricing may increase from the standard shipping option.
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During May 15th – September 1st Chocolate is a special order item and does require you to call and obtain pricing for shipping. Please call us for all of your chocolate needs at 1.888.881.9957
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10 lb. bars are shipped to fit packaging and may be in pieces. Please feel free to contact us for special orders.
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Peter’s Gourmet Cambra Bittersweet Dipping Chocolate 10 Blocks
Nutrition Facts for Cocoa and Chocolate [cite]
There have been many studies linking cocoa and dark chocolate with health benefits. Cocoa and chocolate contain a lot of antioxidants (flavonoids). Cocoa and dark chocolate may keep high blood pressure down and reduce the blood’s ability to clot, thus the risk of stroke and heart attacks may be reduced. The darker chocolate with the most concentrated cocoa will be the most beneficial. According to an Italian study, a small square (20 g) of dark (bittersweet) chocolate every three days is the ideal dose for cardiovascular benefits. Eating more does not provide additional benefits.
Cocoa beans contain approximately 50% fat. It is primarily comprised of two saturated fatty acids (palmitic and stearic acids) and one mono-unsaturated acid (oleic acid). Cocoa butter and chocolate do not raise blood cholesterol. However, when consuming milk chocolate or lower grade chocolate where a part of the total fat content comes from milk fat or various other types of fat, the cholesterol level might be adversely affected.
Cocoa beans contain polyphenols (similar to those found in wine) with antioxidant properties which are health benefits. These compounds are called flavonoids and include catechins, epicatechins, and procyanidins. The antioxidant flavonoids are found in the nonfat portions of the cocoa bean. The flavonoids also reduce the blood’s ability to clot and thus reduces the risk of stroke and heart attacks.
Phenylethylamine is a slight antidepressant and stimulant similar to the body’s own dopamine and adrenaline.