MIT group craves chocolate knowledge

04/8/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

When a chocolate-appreciation club popped up on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's campus, it should have been no surprise that this would become an atypical cocoa fest. The members analyze chocolate's crystalline states and fat makeup as they dip into fondue and truffles. "It's fun to explore the different sides of chocolate," an alum says.

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