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Nathanael Nathanael VIC Posts: 211
21 4 Jun 2009
oh yeah and maxi foods upper ferntree gully should stock ritter sport chocolate... my local maxi foods does.

Has anyone had Rum n' Raisin Whitakers chocolate?... It's so so so good, i'm not sure if it's available in australia though.
Likewise with the Dark Orange blocks, oh and dark peanut slabs you can get in new zealand!
Whitakers plain blocks aren't quite sweet enough for my liking.
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Sham Sham QLD Posts: 1
22 4 Jun 2009
Have you tryed Sweet William's Nut-free chocolate with roasted soybeans, it's awesome! At first I didn't really like soy chocolate so I just didn;t eat chocolate... but like others say, you get used to it and it turns out to be really delicious!
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ckimana ckimana NSW Posts: 2545
23 5 Jun 2009
Sham said:
Have you tryed Sweet William's Nut-free chocolate with roasted soybeans, it's awesome! At first I didn't really like soy chocolate so I just didn;t eat chocolate... but like others say, you get used to it and it turns out to be really delicious!
Nut Free is delicious! I also love the Rice Crackle one!
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Karen Karen Australia Posts: 993
24 5 Jun 2009
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ckimana said:
Sham said:
Have you tryed Sweet William's Nut-free chocolate with roasted soybeans, it's awesome! At first I didn't really like soy chocolate so I just didn;t eat chocolate... but like others say, you get used to it and it turns out to be really delicious!
Nut Free is delicious! I also love the Rice Crackle one!
I have to admit... for as much as I claim I dislike SW, the rice crackle is really kind of good  ashamed
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Karen Karen Australia Posts: 993
25 5 Jun 2009
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The Almighty Heatherzilla The Almighty Heatherzilla VIC Posts: 70
26 5 Jun 2009
In the space of 2 days I've managed to eat 2 blocks of chocolate. Obviously I'm amazing. And totally healthy.

As for your quest to find the best vegan chocolate, there is this really amazing chocolate made by a brand called loving earth. It doesn't taste like normal chocolate but it is really good. Just really expensive. $10 a block or something. sad
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Kirrilly Kirrilly VIC Posts: 2092
27 8 Jun 2009
Found Bonvita!
In Chirnside Park Shopping Centre, the health food shop in there. Cost me $6.95 a block but damn it tastes good. I got the white chocolate one and it's winning so far.
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ckimana ckimana NSW Posts: 2545
28 8 Jun 2009
Kirrilly said:
Found Bonvita!
In Chirnside Park Shopping Centre, the health food shop in there. Cost me $6.95 a block but damn it tastes good. I got the white chocolate one and it's winning so far.
Ooh! I haven't tried that one yet. I will now!!!
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Nathanael Nathanael VIC Posts: 211
29 8 Jun 2009
yeah, $7 a block is about how much you expect to pay for it.. cheapest i've seen it was probably $6.
It's totally worth it though, because it lasts at least twice as long as a block of sweet william and is twice as delicious.
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ckimana ckimana NSW Posts: 2545
30 9 Jun 2009
Nathanael said:
It's totally worth it though, because it lasts at least twice as long as a block of sweet william and is twice as delicious.
Depends how you eat it! I used to be a shocker for eating a whole Cadbury family size block  ashamed2
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