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    Old 07-04-2021, 05:44 PM   #1
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    Cacao Nibs

    Cacao nibs are the raw form of chocolate and are very reminiscent of nuts as they are crunchy and grind into a paste in your mouth. Bitter and flavorful I don't mind eating them without sweetener as my dieting has trained me to accept less of a sweetened menu than I was previously accustomed with.

    Cacao and chocolate have many beneficial health advantages in your diet although they can become addictive to the consumer as they contain a medicinal element with an affect not much different from an opiod as I recently discovered on my own. Consuming large amounts of raw unprocessed cacao will give you a blissful pleasure much like vicodin or codeine. This explains why the consumer finds chocolate candies so addictive as they are eating a mild drug.

    The objective here with this thread is to learn the detailed explanation of how and why raw cacao nibs have a similar opiod-like effect to vicodin or codeine. There doesn't appear much lab research done on this subject so perhaps I am not searching the right places.

     
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    Old 11-05-2021, 01:15 PM   #2
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    Re: Cacao Nibs

    I tried Cacao nibs once but didn't like it. Too hard.

    Then I tried organic Baker's Chocolate: It's 100% cacao, unsweetened. I know it's healthy but I never eat a lot of it. It looks like a regular chocolate bar but sectioned into squares.
    I use just a little melted in steel cut oats.

     
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