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 No.3317

Peppermint goes well with chocolate and you can stir the hot chocolate with the candy cane. Is hot chocolate enjoyed in your country?

 No.3319

>>3317
Canada-kum, what is in the hot chocolate in the picture? Dumplings?

 No.3321

>>3319
Kanada-cum

 No.3322

>>3321
Sheeeeeeeeeet...

 No.3323

>>3319
Marshmallows

 No.3327

>>3317
>Is hot chocolate enjoyed in your country?
Yes!
but if we add something, it's cheese
anything else would be weird

 No.3328

>>3327
How does hot chocolate with cheese taste?

 No.3330

>>3328
the cheese (mozzarella) melts and then you eat it with bread, that's it
the cheese gets a bit sweet and the chocolate gets fattier
but the difference is small
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-TaXgrIBv4
(she found it weird but liked it anyway)

 No.3336

>>3327
Cheese in hot chocolate sounds weird and exotic to me. Do you make hot chocolate differently in your country? As far as I know, the Aztecs drank spicy hot chocolate drinks.

 No.3344

>>3336
>Cheese in hot chocolate sounds weird and exotic to me.
It also sounds a little unusual to me. But in Ukraine you can meet people who remember black tea with a piece of cheese in a cup. These are mostly people born in the USSR and in the 90s. Now this is not very popular among young people. I think it came to us from the people of Siberia, or Kazakhstan (prisoners) (but I don't think they were given cheese there).
Tibetans add butter to tea.
Chocolate was not very popular in Ukraine, because we had enough other sweets. Compote, juice. Cocoa? What about cocoa?