Cocoa Fruit is scientifically known as Theobroma cacao L., the chocolate fruit is long, like a zepellin, and is about the size of an adult’s hand. It has an elongated shape, as a chocolate fruit should be. Their color can range from reddish to yellowish. The fruit has a hard shell around the outside, which you can cut open with a serrated knife if necessary.
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Benefits of the product:
Protects the heart
Improves digestive system
Lowers the risk of diabetes
Improves brain health
Usage and ripening guide
Ready when picked.
Eat or refrigerate right away.
Slice in half and eat the skin around seeds.
Seeds may be eaten raw, but be aware they contain caffeine.
Cocoa fruit ►►►Cocoa powder
Clean seeds in water to remove pulp, sundry for 5-6 days, keep stiring on medium flame until brown and swollen, remove outer skin and fetch seeds and make a powder using a machine.
Store in air tight-container and refrigerate.
How to use Cocoa powder?
Combine avocado, raw cocoa powder, coconut oil, and honey in a blender to create a creamy avocado chocolate mousse.
Add cocoa powder, natural peanut butter, and maple syrup to plain Greek yogurt for a tasty treat.
Crumble walnuts in a food processor then add dates and raw cacao to create three-ingredient energy balls.
Blend raw cocoa powder, water, almond butter, cinnamon, and ice for a delightful banana cocoa smoothie.
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 Fresh cocoa powder makes dishes tastes more delicious 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂