Monday, March 10, 2008

Shazzie: How to make raw cacao bars and feel high forever ;-)



Do you want do feel sustainable high without hangovers and side effects? Try raw cacao.

Raw cacao tastes great like normal chocolate, but contains many more healthy nutrients, because it hasn’t been cooked. Raw cacao is considered one of the best superfoods. It makes you feel ecstatic and blissful, and is also a great food for women with PMS (it contains a lot of magnesium). Once you get a taste of it, you don’t want to miss it anymore.
As Shazzie says it: Cacao gives an ecstatic feeling and makes you into the person you are destined to be.

To make raw cacao bars, you need raw cacao, raw cacao butter, agave nectar and if you want some other superfoods, nuts or vanilla. Melt the cacao butter at low temperature, mix everything in and let it cool down in a nice shape. Sounds easy, doesn't it?
I’ll give it a try today and will let you know, how things go!

Watch this great video and see how these men instantly fall in love with Shazzie and her raw cacao ....

2 comments:

Terri said...

Cool video with a nice exploration of raw chocolate for non-believers! I love raw chocolate too and since I live in the Caribbean I have the benefit of having a fresh supply at hand – yummy. The gooey stuff that Shazzie talks about is actually a delicious part of the cacao experience and so I encourage all raw chocolate lovers to make sure they visit at least one cacao producing country in their lives and enjoy the full experience of chocolate…See my blog for more info…
http://www.caribbeanlandandproperty.com/blog/index.php?/archives/64-Cocoa-licious!.html
I also do use the cooked variety of locally produced cocoa which is still very natural and gets me high every morning!! Yippee for chocolate!

Peace

Terri

jamesc06 said...

The benefits of healthy chocolate are definitely striking. Science is now confirming what we've known for a long long time.

"The mounting scientific evidence [on cacao research] is extrordinary. This is a scientific breakthrough that could well lead to a medical breakthrough." - Dr. Norman Hollenberg