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Unwittingly, chocolate lovers through the ages embraced a source of natural caffeine that's packed with flavonoid antioxidants (also found in tea, red wine and tomatoes) known for reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Chocolate continues to fuel daily fits of chemical-based exhilaration for sweet-toothed consumers around the world.
The Māori challenged the intruders with ritual incantations and pūkāea or pūtātara (trumpet) blasts, possibly to frighten away dangerous spirits.
In response, the Dutch shouted and blew their own trumpets.
The British confectioners figured out how to add sugar and cocoa butter to create a malleable paste that could then be packaged as "eating chocolate." The same standardized processes for extracting cocoa butter to manufacture hard, durable candy are still used today, essentially unchanged since the Industrial Revolution.
The local inhabitants were Māori of Ngāti Tūmatakōkiri.
Two waka paddled out to inspect the strange vessels.
"On January 1, 2018, a decade after its accession to the EU, Bulgaria will take over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU for the first time.
For our country it is a great honour, but a great responsibility too".