Ancient Chocolate in the Americas

February 19th, 2009 by Rosa

Back at the beginning of the month, Live Science reported that excavators in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico found chocolate residue on shards of pottery, suggesting that ancient peoples had been drinking chocolate in the present-day U.S. as far back as ~1,000 years ago. Mmm…

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1 response about “Ancient Chocolate in the Americas”

  1. Pam Walter said:

    That’s because, as well all know, chocolate has been one of the major food groups forever!