Shortly after the millennium's turn, a new generation of small-scale chocolate makers began to emerge. These producers spurned the industrial processes and products that had dominated the chocolate world over the prior century. The idea that great chocolate could be made in small quantities with scrupulously sourced cacao beans and antique or makeshift equipment - shared in early Internet forums among a handful of fanatics - caught on.

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