Examples of cacao in a Sentence
a farmer who grows cacao
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Cacao fruit is a white meat that surrounds the cacao beans in each pod.
The actual origins of the practice of eating the seeds carried by the chocolate fruit–cacao beans–remains a mystery.
The island in this parable is home to unusually tall cacao trees, hungry people, and little else.
This Bondi bowl simply exudes morning goodness: goji, hemp, cacao, preserved and fresh fruit, and granola in coconut chia pudding.
Coconut ash and 98 percent cacao powder is the best.
Saving and investing both store value and add to it, turning one cacao fruit into a whole tree.
The introductory chocolate class, which lasts about two hours, will cover the different kinds of chocolate, ingredients and single-origin chocolate, and participants will taste the differences in chocolate from cacao grown around the world .
While close cousins like cacao only have one copy of the gene, durian has four versions of the stink gene, meaning the fruit is optimized for producing a primate-enticing funk—especially since those genes are only active when the fruit is ripe.
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