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Touched by Chocolate

Mishpacha Writers

7 True Stories on The Power of Chocolate

 

Sweet Ambition

Riki Goldstein

Is there any oma — or bubby, savta, or grandma — who doesn’t like to serve the children chocolate? For Erna Koppenheim a”h of Manchester, chocolate was more than a way to sweeten the family’s visits. Chocolate was part of her legacy, an instrument she used to support her family alone in a foreign land and ensure her son could learn Torah undisturbed.

 

Test Your CI (Chocolate Intelligence)

Libi Astaire

Almost everyone loves chocolate. But how much do you really know about your favorite treat? Take the short quiz below to discover your CI (Chocolate Intelligence).



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