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Cacao Addict

John Croft

Publisher: Vivid Publishing

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Summary

A decadent healthy chocolate recipe book bursting with superfoods, food grade essential oils and organic goodness. Including Thermomix instructions in every recipe.
 
Is there any ingredient more tantalizing, healing and versatile than cacao (raw chocolate)? And did you know it releases chemicals in the brain, including anandamide, serotonin and dopamine? It is also high in magnesium, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, calcium and iron. 
 
Now imagine combining it with food-grade essential oils and superfoods such as hemp and medicinal mushrooms, or exotic ingredients like damiana leaves to raise libido or amaranth for a protein-punch, to create powerhouse snacks loaded with health benefits.
 
'Cacao Addict' contains 50 irresistible cacao-infused delicacies to lace your taste buds with longing, including Chia Cardamom Orange Pudding, Hemp and Almond Ginger Lime Fudge, Medicinal Blueberry Blitz, and Raw Turkish Delight. A comprehensive index helps you to find the perfect recipe for each occasion or ingredient.
 
– 50 irresistible cacao-infused recipes

 
– Gorgeously styled and photographed

 
– Premium full colour coffee-table hardcover

 
– Comprehensive index to find the perfect recipe.

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