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Old 10-13-2010, 07:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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What is out there for dairy and soy free chocolate. I haven't been able to find anything yet. I'm hoping to find something dark and delicious.
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I think Enjoy Life is dairy & soy free. However, my son reacted to the chocolate itself, so keep a watch when you add it.

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I like Enjoy Life too!

Here is there site and a coupon too!

http://www.enjoylifefoods.com/our_fo...olate_bar.html

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Also, Lindt has some dark chocolates that are soy/dairy free that I found in the grocery store.

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Yes- Enjoy Life is fantastic. Plus, it's made in a dedicated facility, where most other chocolate is made on shared equipment with nuts, etc.

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you could also maybe try cocoa nibs or adding pure cocoa powder to some of your recipes that you're currently using.
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Today I made an avocado, banana, rice milk, cocoa smoothie. It was creamy and so good but I need just a good old piece of chocolate. Will try Enjoy Life, I just need to find out where to buy it at.
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IDK where you are, but Kroger carries it.

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