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How cacao is grown and harvested before it is turned into chocolate

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How did we ever discover chocolate? This process is so complex

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Locals put the beans in water and boiled to make tea. Over many years I’m sure they just tried different things wth it.

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Makes me wonder what unroasted cacao beans taste like. A milder version? Totally different?

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But Where's the umpa lumpa's??? 🤔

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3 points · 9 months ago

The people over at Bon Appétit sent their guy brad over to ecuador to look at how they make chocolate(/harvest cacao), super fun and educational https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMT7EnJ_Kp8

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dang was about to post this! I freaking loooove It's Alive with Brad Leone.

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You can taste raw cacao in Ecuador where they harvest. It’s...interesting. They also really like corn. All kinds.

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