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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Gift Guide: Chocolate for Your Favorite Food Nerd

Posted By on Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 11:15 AM

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All through December, SFoodie is bringing you local gift ideas for the food obsessives in your life.

Here in San Francisco, many of us are extremely conscientious about where our food comes from and how it was made. Some of us prioritize eating organic. Some of us are passionate about supporting local producers. And some of us only drink our half-caf, extra hot, caramel machiattos with handmade espresso pulled from a restored, vintage, antique espresso machine that also plays The Rolling Stones and has a mustache. Whatever kind of food-lover/nerd//weirdo you are shopping for this season, any of the above can appreciate and enjoy a $20 tasting set of chocolate bars from San Francisco's own Dandelion Chocolate.

See also:

- Dandelion Chocolate: Now Open!

- Inside Dandelion Chocolate's Dogpatch Factory

The set includes all three of their single-origin bars, all made right there in their new Valencia Street factory and retail space. And remember, Dandelion's bean to bar chocolate operations are carried out by actual human beings (very busy ones this time of year), so act quickly in order to make sure the food lover/nerd/weirdo in your life gets to enjoy this fantastic trio of locally-made deliciousness.

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