Real Vitality Superfoods Organic Raw Cacao Butter

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25gr
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50gr
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100gr
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250gr
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500gr
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1kg
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£103.93 346p / 100g

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5kg
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Ingredients

Organic Raw Cacao Butter ingredients: Raw Cacao Butter

About Organic Raw Cacao Butter

Cacao Butter is extracted from the cacao beans and has a mild chocolate flavour and aroma. Raw cacao butter is made using cold-pressed method, which reserves the natural nutrients to the largest extent. You can add a piece of cacao butter to smoothie, dessert, ice cream or chocolate creation. Cacao butter melts easily and mixed into any type of recipe. This makes it super fun and easy to use.

Cacao butter is a very stable fat, containing natural antioxidants that prevent rancidity and give it a storage life of two to five years. The smooth texture, sweet fragrance and emollient property of cocoa butter make it a popular ingredient in cosmetics and skin care products, such as soaps and lotions.

Cocoa butter is also known as an excellent moisturiser, and has been used to keep skin soft and supple for centuries. It melts at body temperature so that it is readily absorbed into the skin. Cocoa butter is often recommended for treatment of skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis.

There is a long usage history of cocoa butter formulations by pregnant women to prevent and treat stretch marks, but this pleasant-smelling substance is added to countless other topical preparations as well. Lotions and oils containing cocoa butter are often used in aromatherapy massages to promote feelings of relaxation and well-being.

Store in a cool, dry place. Cacao Butter has a high level of stability and a long shelf-life.

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If you like chocolate you will love the aroma of this raw cacao butter! Use it to make your own raw chocolates, melted in raw soups or on your skin: african women use it on their skin to keep their skin beautifully moisturised and supple, to prevent stretch marks. It is indeed great on my dry skin.

By Leah Houghton on 26/06/2013

Why not try one of our healthy recipes using this product

Raw Vegan Fruit And Nut Chocolates Recipe

Summary: Have you ever tried your hand at making your own (raw) chocolate ? It is actually surprisingly easy to do. I share with you here a fool-proof recipe : start with roughly equal quantities of raw cacao butter and raw cacao powder, the sweetener of your choice. And when it comes to extras, nuts and seeds, dried fruits, edible flowers, food grade essential oils and food essences are all equally wonderful. If you choose like myself not to sweeten the chocolate in this recipe, worry not, the dried fruits provide ample sweetness.

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Decadent Raw Vegan Raspberry Chocolate Torte Recipe

Summary: Raspberries and Chocolate are a hit on Valentine's Day or for anytime you really want to treat yourself. With this Raw Vegan Raspberry Chocolate Torte you can have your cake and eat it, as it is full and healthy ingredients : nuts, dried fruits, superfoods raw cacao and raspberries. None of the usual processed ingredients, no thank you. The crust is deliciously crunchy, with the occasional cacao hit thanks to the cacao nibs. On top of it lies a velvety smooth, rich chocolate mousse, peppered with fresh and juicy raspberries. Topped with more fresh raspberries and a dusting of desiccated coconut. Cake heaven.

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Valentine's Raw Vegan Chocolate Bark Recipe

Summary: Raw chocolate bark is simply a thin layer of raw chocolate covered with various toppings. Variations are endless. You could simply pour the still liquid raw chocolate onto a tray and break into chunks once set, or like I do here, use a silicon heart mould. In this case, the chocolate heart would be a real show stopper if served with tea and coffee at a dinner party, or on Valentines Day.

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