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Chocolate And Ghana

All right. Wait a minute. So what we’re gonna do, we’re gonna show the process of what’s going on. This is a banana leaf. There’s some Cocos there’s during my night. So what we do, Oh my God, this in mine, we got his house. It’s faster when you have a catalyst, right. When you’re more experienced. So that is, so then I go grab one of these or you can do it that way in begging against the tree. Hmm. So basically just the process, right? Linking the pods. You had the whole PBL about eight or 10 years right here. We’ll keep faking it. Well, it’s breaking a board and then pulling the cocoa beans on the leaves. And then after we carried it all in the basket and they take into the city into the village and go and dry it, right? Oh, you do. That’s it. There we go. So this, after about a week or a week and a half, it’s going to dry and then nobody new, fresh night is when is that? This can eat it. Well, I mean, it’s not going to be first like this, dry it up, take this out. And now the beans dry up the way you see the coffee beans and other beans in the moon. So it’s pretty same. That’s the process of having a done.