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The cacao fruit grows on a cacao tree. The large fruit has about the size and shape of a rugby ball.
The cacao fruit has crinkly brown red skin. Inside, it contains almond shaped cacao beans.
The flesh of the cacao fruit is soft and has a tangy flavour.
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Cacao fruit tips

How to cut a Cacao fruit ?

Cut the cacao fruit lengthwise. Use a spoon to scoop out the pulp. You can use the cacao beans straight away or use them in a recipe. By letting the pulp dry, the cacao beans will easily appear. You can dry, roast or grind the cacao beans to make cacao powder.

Preparation Tips

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temp of Cacao fruit

How to store?

Cacao fruit is best kept at room temperature.
  • Make a chocolate drink.
  • Enjoy the flesh as a snack.
  • Mix raw cacao in your smoothie or yoghurt.

Origin our cacao fruit

Cacao fruit  - VietnamVietnam

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