- Author:Reba Ann Karp,Jan Carlton
- Publisher:J & B Editions; First Edition edition (March 1, 1994)
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Sweet hot chocolate became popular in Europe ~1650. Spanish, then Dutch, then Germans, became involved in establishment of cacao plantations. W. Africa and Brazil are now world's largest producers. After ripening for up to 6 months, the pods are harvested by farmers who cut the pods down by hand. The beans spend a week soaking in the pulp while their flavor develops and their color changes to a rich brown
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