Chocolate on Chocolate with Extra Blessings

The only reason I am repeating this recipe, Beautiful People, is to share with you a phenomenal new discovery that, I am sure, will make chocoholics out of you! Please read this amazing article and come back here for some chocolate treats!


Jewish people are obligated to say one hundred blessings every day, and observant Jews are making every effort to do it, well, religiously. There are two reasons for it. First, in Deuteronomy, Moses poses a rhetorical question to the people:”What does G-d ask of you?” Says the Talmud that the word “Mah” (What) should be read as “Meah” – one hundred, thus obligating us to say one hundred Brochos (blessings) a day. Since Hebrew generally is written without vowels, it makes perfect sense. Secondly, during the times of King David’s reign, there was a terrible plague; one hundred people died every day. “Ah! – remembered the King,- let’s all start saying those one hundred Brohos a day!” They did, and the plague stopped. Thus, the rule was reinforced empirically, so to speak.


No doubt, it’s a great way to keep us in good health, but how…

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  1. Tony says:

    Thanks for referring to my chocolate post. Much appreciated!

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    1. My pleasure, dear Tony, and I thank you for providing me and my readers with a “scientific reason” to indulge in chocolate!

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    1. Chocoholics of the world, unite! 😼

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  2. hello koolkosherkitchen its dennis the vizsla dog hay hmm choklit on choklit that sownds gud to me!!! altho dada sez i kannot hav enny on akkownt of choklit is not gud for dogs krool krool dada just wants it all for himself i bet!!! ok bye

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    1. So good to hear from you, friend Dennis! You sound like you are all better – are you?
      We also can’t have chocolate, Mama says, but she gives us deee-licious treats and many-many blessings with them.
      Meows and Purrs, and a Squeak from Pyshka


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