Ok I've seen 70% dark chocolate in some places and even 85%. I know 100% dark chocolate is out there somewhere. Can anyone tell me where I could buy it? By the way I live in the UK.
http://www.ghirardelli.com/products/bars_unsweetened.aspx to order from this website.
Or check the baking aisle in your local market. If you are planning on eating it, just buy one bar until you know if you can handle the bitterness. I eat 90% Lindt which is wonderful, but trying to eat a square of 100% is pretty tough for me.
You can buy a variation of forms of 100% cacao, specifically bars, nibs, or powder.
Since you are in the UK, I will skip mentioning that many specialty stores in the states like Whole Foods and Henrys and Trader Joes sell it. Oh oops. I guess I just mentioned it.
On the internet
Waitrose sell 100% cacao - it is really really good. I don't know if you saw the TV show, but it's by that Willie guy...
Also, I don't know where you are in the UK, but the Fresh and Wild I go to in Soho sells 100% cacao as well. I imagine a lot of independent health food shops would sell it also (not talking about Holland & Barrett!).
Hope that helps!
Hotel Chocolat. You can order in store or online. They have different types from different plantations
If you're looking to buy it to eat straight, I'd just like to say that it's very, very, very bitter. But goes well in chilli :-)
Depending on where you live in the UK, there may be an independent chocolatier who sells 100% as well.
But Hotel Chocolat are the most accessible in the UK in general.
My favorite is the Lindt 99%. Ingredients are: Chocolate, cocoa powder, cocoa butter, and sugar. The nutritional information says the whole bar has 13g of carbs, 0 of which are from sugar somehow.
I find the ghiradelli 100% pretty gross actually. I definitely recommend getting the Lindt 99%!
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