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This is the way chocolate was made in the 18th century. However, in the 18th century it was only used for drinking, not for eating. Woodsmen and travellers could carry the hardened chocolate in their haversacks, and they would simply melt the chocolate in hot water which was boiled in a small brass trade kettle over an open camp fire.

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