There's a debate going on right now on social media, after someone noticed a line on the official Oreo website from their parent company Mondelez.Quote, "We do not have a color assigned to the cookie portion of an Oreo. Some people think the Oreo is a shade of brown, while others view the color closer to black."So which is it really? Well, they're made from cocoa beans, which are brown. But the cocoa is processed with alkali, which darkens the powder a LOT . . . in fact, cocoa powder with alkali is called "black cocoa powder."In other words: We can't tell you whether they're brown or black, so it's on you to fight it out.
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