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Ancient Mayan Hot Chocolate
Pure organic cacao butter is filled with antioxidants and mood smoothing polyphenols that aid a healthy body. If you find Maya hot chocolate a bit too strong and unfamiliar...


All right, full disclosure. Chocolate is my
Cacao itself is also warming. Its heat stirs the heart, making our blood quicken while stirring the “lifegate fire”. The happiest day of my food-related life was Christmas Day, 2006.


Gold Mining in Madre de Dios, Peru
In Madre de Dios, from February until April of 2015, a monthly average of 1.1 metric tons of mercury were released, showing a 30% increase from 2014. Deforestation in the Madre de Dios mining zone.


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cacao, crème de menthe, cointreau, amaretto and... no, the sambuca is finished, so we need one bottle.


Unlimited servings/day. • Cacao (powder/nibs) • Carob • Blackstrap molasses • Bone broth • Flavored extracts (ex. almond, vanilla) • Garlic • Ginger • Herbs, all, fresh or dried (ex. dill, basil, chives


However, cacao farming itself remains basically unchanged. People grow cacao in equatorial climates all around the world today using traditional techniques first developed in Mesoamerica...


Cacao nibs
Cacao nibs are high in antioxidants, magnesium & iron and being chocolate contain phenyl-ethylamine a known antidepressant. They can be used in all chocolate based products including raw chocolate...


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cacao, maize, potatoes, peppers, beans and peanuts. These have slowly become common food stuff. The Moors imported Asiatic rice to the Iberian peninsula in the 10th century and it was introduced into...


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Cacao is an. American plant, ___9___ still grows wild in the northern part of South America. Countries in Central and South America were the first to grow it, but today Africa.


1. Chocolate is made from the seeds of the tree Theobroma cacao. The ancient Aztecs used the beans of the cocoa tree as a form of money. The Aztecs discovered that by crushing the beans into a paste...