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World's Most Expensive Chocolate

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Ladies and gentlemen, meet La Madeline

At $250 per piece, I'd say that's one expensive chocolate-covered mushroom!
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does anything happen when you eat it?

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Yes, your wallet becomes empty!

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hahaha!!!!!!!!! i like Zhang's answer most....good answer!!!!!!!! :lol:
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Humm. I'm not particularly drawn to the mushroom/chocolate combo. But I did try chocolate with bacon last week and it was really, really good.

So I wonder how hard it is to make a ganache with the ingredients listed (truffle oil is a lot cheaper than an actual truffle). Just to see what it tastes like before commiting the $250...
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:D Zhang's reply

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That's ridiculous, but it did remind me of my chocolate adventures last year.

In Sydney, my couchsurfing host took me to the Lindt Chocolate Cafe where I had the richest hot chocolate of my life (50% chocolate, 50% cream or whole milk - either way it was indulgent).

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Then, in Melbourne I had some chocolate-covered waffles at Max Brenner's cafe.

Then in Brussels and later Switzerland, I'd go on chocolate truffle runs in the shops - picking out 7-8 different types and carrying them around as a snack for a few days. I forgot what I paid in Euros, but it was certainly not the kind of snack I'd be buying at home!

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zhang wrote:Yes, your wallet becomes empty!


Hahahahhaa that's a good one

However...mmm...chocolate of $250....Homer drool*

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Sounds like an interesting combo. Is it worth it?
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mmm...I like chocolate very much! I would like to taste all these things :roll:

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Travel4Life wrote:does anything happen when you eat it?

Maybe you saw chocolate trees growing suddendly in the garden, with millions of branches, and on each branch were growing other branches, and on each branch were growing...
Hey, it wasn't chocolate !!!!!!!
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I love chocolate so much especially Belgium chocolate. See Gobackpacking I want to taste it. I want to taste all kinds of chocolate.

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I saw another chocolate called Noka Vintages Collection that costs $854 per pound really expensive too!!!

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expensive chocolate like that .. hmm great present idea for a chocolate fan!

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I don't know if at $250 per piece this chocolate has some particularities, but try also to check out what's in the mushrooms! :D
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