M8-C3-S1-ChocProcessing - OverviewofChocolate Processing...

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Overview of Chocolate  Processing Blue Heron Middle  School October 2, 2012
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Cocoa pods grow on a tree  Grown 15 degrees north or south of equator A delicate crop, bears fruit in fifth year A tree can live 25 years or more How Cocoa Is Grown
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Cocoa Pods Rough, leather-like husk  weighing over 2 pounds Filled with 30–50 seeds  called cocoa beans Seeds contain a sweet  pulp Pulp is half cocoa butter  and half cocoa solids
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Beans are extracted by farmers Harvesting occurs a few times a year Beans are fermented under piles of banana leaves Fermenting takes five days Beans are dried in the sun on bamboo mats Picking and Fermenting
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Dried beans are sold to agents who sell to wholesalers
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