Your cheese (or cheese “product”) comes in convenient, individually-wrapped slices. So why not do the same with chocolate? That’s the thinking behind Japanese company Bourbon’s “Nama Chocolate”. Each slice is about 2mm thick (0.08inches) and offers “a rich, creamy confectionary that’s not as sweet as fudge, but more intense in flavor than ordinary milk chocolate”. You’re free to make pretty shapes with it, or simply slap it between two pieces of bread. It’ll save you the step of having to spread your chocolate, and gives you a bit more freedom to do stuff that you wouldn’t normally be able to do with regular hard chocolate. It’s 3,240 yen, or US$27 for bulk packs.