cacao

IPA: kʌkˈeɪoʊ

noun

  • A tree, Theobroma cacao, whose seed is used to make chocolate.
  • This tree's seed, the cocoa bean.

Examples of "cacao" in Sentences

  • Cacao bean shell poisoning in a dog.
  • Cacao is the tree, not the chocolate.
  • Percentages indicate the cacao content.
  • They subsist primarily by farming cacao.
  • The cacao tree is native to the Americas.
  • The principal exports are copra and cacao.
  • The poisoning of livestock by cacao products.
  • Another culturally important plant was the cacao.
  • Fazenda and the cacao farm are farmland to produce luxuries.
  • Vinson said chocolate was given the name cacao, meaning "food of the gods."
  • After dinner a small piece of cheesecake made with real cacao is just perfect.
  • They mixed cacao seeds with different seasings to create a spicy, frothy drink.
  • Although high in cacao, it retains an almost milk chocolate richness that imparts a creamy mouthfeel.
  • (Only 5-10% of the world's cacao is good quality Criollo, or higher grade Trinitario, mostly single estate specialists.)
  • Frequently hand-ground, cacao is combined with almonds, cinnamon and other ingredients to make what is generally acknowledged as the best chocolate in Mexico.
  • a brief survey of the history of cocoa and chocolate, I shall begin with the growing of the cacao bean, and follow the _cacao_ in its career until it becomes the finished product ready for consumption.

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