How to Kill Yourself with Chocolate?

A surreal cookbook on the most heavenly way to enter the afterlife

When science meets art and humour in the kitchen
Theobromine is a subtle toxin found in cocoa. It is responsible for the good mood and stamina that chocolate brings to its eater. Overdosing on it though, can lead to chocolate poisoning. Dogs, well-known for their sweet tooth, are likely to bite the dust with a single bar of chocolate, whereas humans need a little more feasting on. We calculated that the deadly dose for an average-weight British adult can be reached when 7.74 kg of dark chocolate with 70% cocoa content are consumed within 24 hours... Time to indulge.

Douglas B