Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Famous Quotes & Sayings

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10 Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By C.L. Bennett: laughter is the best medicine in life, chocolate is the substitute! laughter is the best medicine in life, chocolate is the substitute! — C.L. Bennett
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Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Frozen yogurt is tastier than ice cream, nobody is too old for cartoons, bald men Frozen yogurt is tastier than ice cream, nobody is too old for cartoons, bald men are sexy, chocolate is the best medicine, BIG books are better, cats secretly rule the planet, and everything should be available in the color pink, including monster trucks. — Richelle E. Goodrich
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Ray Bradbury: A good night sleep, or a ten minute bawl, or a pint of chocolate ice A good night sleep, or a ten minute bawl, or a pint of chocolate ice cream, or all three together, is good medicine. — Ray Bradbury
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Mem Fox: When I say to a parent, "read to a child", I don't want it to When I say to a parent, "read to a child", I don't want it to sound like medicine. I want it to sound like chocolate. — Mem Fox
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Anne Lamott: But as Rumi said, "Through love all pain will turn to medicine," not most pain, But as Rumi said, "Through love all pain will turn to medicine," not most pain, or for other people; and the pain and failures grew me, helped slowly restore me to the person I was born to be. I had to learn that life was not going to be filling if I tried to scrunch myself into somebody else's idea of me, i.e., someone sophisticated enough to prefer dark chocolate. I like milk chocolate, like M&M's: so sue me. But I no longer have to stuff myself to the gills. — Anne Lamott
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Chris Kilham: Chocolate just may be the healthiest thing you can put in your mouth. Chocolate just may be the healthiest thing you can put in your mouth. — Chris Kilham
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Chris Kilham: While there are a great many agents in nature which boost libido and enhance sexual While there are a great many agents in nature which boost libido and enhance sexual function, chocolate alone actually promotes the brain chemistry of being in love. — Chris Kilham
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Ilona Andrews: There are times in life when sugar turns into medicine. This was one of those There are times in life when sugar turns into medicine. This was one of those times. — Ilona Andrews
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Roald Dahl: Books by Roald Dahl The BFG Boy: Tales of Childhood Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Books by Roald Dahl The BFG Boy: Tales of Childhood Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Danny the Champion of the World Dirty Beasts The Enormous Crocodile Esio Trot Fantastic Mr. Fox George's Marvelous Medicine The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me Going Solo James and the Giant Peach The Magic Finger Matilda The Minpins The Missing Golden Ticket and Other Splendiferous Secrets Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes Skin and Other Stories The Twits The Umbrella Man and Other Stories The Vicar of Nibbleswicke The Witches The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More — Roald Dahl
Chocolate Is The Best Medicine Sayings By Judith Fertig: When I lived in New York and went to Chinatown, I learned that these flavors When I lived in New York and went to Chinatown, I learned that these flavors and their meanings were actually a foundation of ancient Chinese medicine.
Salty translated to fear and the frantic energy that tries to compensate for or hide it.
Sweet was the first flavor we recognized from our mother's milk, and to which we turned when we were worried and unsure or depressed.
Sour usually meant anger and frustration.
Bitter signified matters of the heart, from simply feeling unloved to the almost overwhelming loss of a great love. Most spices, along with coffee and chocolate, had some bitterness in their flavor profile. Even sugar, when it cooked too long, turned bitter. But to me, spice was for grief, because it lingered longest. — Judith Fertig