22 May '11, 3am

The Incredible Inedible Chocolate Hills. #nature #travel #lp #geology #mountains #Philippines

The Incredible Inedible Chocolate Hills. #nature #travel #lp #geology #mountains #Philippines

While not edible, or at all fudge-like, the Chocolate Hills of the Philippines are a fascinating natural phenomena of nearly 2000 grass-covered limestone hills. The Chocolate Hills are considered haycock hills due to their symmetrical, conical shapes and vary from between 100 and 400 feet high. For much of the year, the Chocolate Hills are vibrant green, but during the dry season, the grass on these mounds dries up, effectively turning them brown. Quite deservedly, the Chocolate Hills are one of the Philippines most popular tourist attractions.

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USDA Says Dark #Chocolate Has More Iron Than Beef #Health

USDA Says Dark #Chocolate Has More Iron Than Be...

care2.com 22 May '11, 12am

According to the website, Nutritiondata.com, a one ounce serving of dark chocolate contains 19 percent of the US RDA for i...