chocolate means: The cocoa butter may have separated from the chocolate by appearing as blotches or pale grayish streaks on the chocolate’s surface. This is a sign that the chocolate has been stored too hot, however it can still work. (in Cooking Dictionary)

What else does chocolate mean?

Cacao beans are ground and roasted to make a delicious flavoring or confection. (in Cooking Dictionary)

Aztec term xocolatl means “bitter water”. All the forms of chocolate we use – milk, unsweetened and bittersweet – have a base made from “cocoa liquor”, which is a mixture of roasted cacao beans nibs and small pieces. For more information on types of chocolate, see our glossary. (in Cooking Dictionary)

This product is made from cocoa beans. It contains cocoa liquor and cocoa butter. The unsweetened bitter chocolate comes in 8 ounces and is packaged as squares. Some chocolates have extra cocoa butter, sugar, milk and vanilla. Semisweet chocolate is available in squares or bars, as well as in baggies of small pieces. Milk chocolate is a smooth, sweet and light-colored variety of chocolate. It’s primarily used as an edible chocolate. If wrapped well and stored in cool, dry places, chocolate can be kept for up to one year. A grayish-colored film can form on chocolate if it is stored in a warm, moist place. The film is made up of the fat found in chocolate that melts and rises towards the surface. Although it does not affect the taste, the film can alter the texture and color of the chocolate. If wrapped well, chocolate can be kept in the refrigerator for up to three months. However, it will turn brittle so you should melt it. (in Cooking Dictionary)

Cacao seeds can be fermented, roasted and shelled. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Mixing water and milk together to make a beverage. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Small, covered in chocolate and with a soft or hard center. (in Merlin Dictionary)

Grayish-deep reddish brown, to deep grayish brown (in Merlin Dictionary)

Chocolate-flavored or made with it. (in Merlin Dictionary)

A grayish-deep reddish brown to deep greyish brown (in Merlin Dictionary)