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  1. ArinInQuotes
    ArinInQuotes says:

    Fun fact: the whiteness and brittleness that old chocolate gets is called "bloom," and you can entirely get rid of it by melting the chocolate and waiting for it to solidify again. It'll totally taste fresh again.

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  2. yandrsupreme
    yandrsupreme says:

    The key to having old chocolate is to keep it in the freezer, it will keep for all eternity. My brother keeps a stash of those 2004 pina colada almond joys in the freezer, and eats one every once in a while.

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