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Japan Makes Chocolate Slices Because Of Course They Do

There is no such thing as too much chocolate right? It pretty much should be in almost everything. To make that process easier, a company in Japan has developed sliced chocolate.

The thinly sliced chocolate is a sweet and decadent chocolate somewhere between milk chocolate and fudge and is about the same shape and thickness as a kraft single.

Think of the endless possibilities! You could wrap it in crepes, put it on pancakes, or put it on bread like the dutch "hagelslag" which are chocolate sprinkles you put on bread (fyi: very delicious).

If you can't find the sliced version in stores, you could always try to make it yourself. This tutorial shows you how to make the flexible slices at home.

Would you try this chocolate if you could find it?