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Mindful : February 2019
Bittersweet Beauty By Claire Ciel Zimmerman ABOUT THE AUTHOR Claire Ciel Zimmerman is a Senior Editor, and Eater-in-Chief, at Mindful. A modern symbol of deca- dence and love, chocolate was first consumed thou- sands of years ago in Meso- america, where cacao beans were roasted and combined with water, spices, and other ing redients to make a flavorful beverage. Mayan and Aztec societies consid- ered cacao a gift from the gods and used it as currency and in religious ceremonies. Millennia later, we’ve come to associate fine chocolate with European nations like Belgium, Switzerland, and Spain. But perhaps the best way to enjoy chocolate is to take inspiration from its origins as a delicious drink. 24 mindful February 2019 LIVING | mindful eating