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Certified Organic Raw Cacao Nibs from Ecuador - 5 Pounds


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  • Superfoods Cacao Nibs
  • 100% Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Raw, Gluten-Free, Vegan
  • Our Cacao Nibs are truly raw and never heated above 114°F
  • Great source of magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, copper and potassium
  • Cacao also contains antioxidant
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SaaQin® brings to you Certified USDA Organic raw cacao nibs. Cacao is increasingly being consumed for its nutritive and health enhancing properties. This cacao is grown using sustainable practices. This premium cacao is the best for consuming chocolate in its raw, natural state. The cacao nibs are unprocessed to maximize nutrient preservation. All this adds up to a rich tasting cacao with a pleasant aroma. A truly wonderfully delicious and nutritious food!

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  • Shipping Weight: 4.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004EKQM4U
  • UPC: 608819321264
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,000 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

These are good quality and very decently priced.
Jay Burkhart
I expected cacao nibs (or bitter chocolate tasting), but it is more like eating tree bark with little flavor.
Penny Piatt
We mix it with Kale, fruits, Chia seeds, spirulina, oats, peanut butter and almond milk.
marto

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96 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Dan Tompkins on October 8, 2012
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If you've ever had raw cacao nibs, you should realize immediately that these nibs are roasted. I contacted the seller about this, and here is what I said, and how they responded:

Me:
Hi. I received 5 lbs. of Cacao nibs yesterday, but they are not raw like I ordered. These distinctively smell and taste like roasted nibs. After I noticed this, I looked at the bag. The label says that it is Organic, but doesn't mention being raw (Organic, Herbal Essence Cacao Nibs). Do you want to send me some raw nibs or give me a refund?
Thanks,
Dan

Them:
Raw Nibs are so bitter if not roasted, All cacao nibs have to be roasted at low temperature.
All our customers love them, try it, if you chose not to use it, fine please return the 5 lbs bag for a refund.
thank you
imed

So, they've decided that since raw nibs don't taste as good, they're going to roast them. (Why not throw in some cream and sugar while you're at it? They taste really good like that!). It's fine if you want to roast them, just don't market them as raw!
But, I decided to give them the benifit of the doubt. Maybe they "roast" their cacao at a low enough temperature to still be considered raw. I emailed them back:

Me:
At what temperature do you roast your cacao?

Them:
below 80 degrees.

Below 80 degrees? That's gotta be celsius right? A quick conversion tells me they roast their supposedly raw cacao at 175 degrees. That's not raw by any standard.
I decided to give them the benefit of the doubt one more time. They did say that "all cacao nibs have to be roasted..." So I emailed Navitas Naturals about their raw cacao nibs (I was eating Navitas nibs before trying these).
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By G. Li on October 23, 2012
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I have only eaten a few handfuls of these but have already bitten down on 3 pebbles. I almost broke my teeth! These cacao nibs also contain a lot of hard shells . Also, I could tell by the taste that they were roasted. The whole reason I bought them was because they claimed to be organic and raw. With all this deception, now I'm wondering if they're even organic. They do taste pretty good, though not as good as the truly raw nibs I bought before because the roasting imparts a slightly charred flavor.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By EB MamaBear on March 11, 2012
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i bought these since my raw cacao powder that i usually buy from alive and aware was out of stock, i thought what the hey this is a GREAT price. but like another reviewer said, seems almost too good to be true.
although they are a little greyer in color than the picture which shows a richer dark brownish cacao nibs, they still tasted great.
in fact, i was really surprised by how delicious they are straight out of the bag. yes they are a tab bitter, as you would expect raw (unsweetened) cacao to be, but i was pleasantly surprised that they were totally edible this way, sort of like chomping on a roasted coffee bean but actually not that bitter even. my husband and i can nibble on a small palmful, plain, and like it that way.
but of course it is a little better with something sweet ;) i like it in a snack mix of raw cashews (naturally sweet and mild- a great compliment to cacao nibs) with large coconut flakes, and if i add some dried fruit it is REALLY heavenly!!
i am so glad i can eat my cacao without the usual sugar over load.
i even suggest brewing it like loose leaf tea in a strainer, and you can re-use the "grounds" a few times. sweeten if you like, maybe add a little good raw cream, and it is better than coffee and better for you to boot!
i am a total cacao-holic now. 5 lbs is NOT too much, so go for it!! we use over a pound a month between mostly my husband and i ( okay we give some to our two small children, just not too much!). i also LOVE to share this great blessing from Mother nature :)
i hesitated to give this the full 5 stars, because like i said, i think the color indicated slightly less than the freshest quality . but it is a high 4 stars, and i still totally recommend it, especially at this price.

you will LOVE it!! peace be with you!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine on May 1, 2012
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Taste: These nibs taste a bit bitter just as they should because they contain no sugar and are raw unprocessed cacao. Cacao is considered a super food because of all the vast array and quantity of nutrients they contain and this is exactly the way to eat them to get the maximum benefit. My husband can eat them straight out of the bag but if you need a little sugar with your cacao like I do you could try this: I melt some dark chocolate, stir in about equal amount of cacao nibs and place teaspoonfuls onto a nonstick surface. Place in frig and when hardened, put them in a container and stash in the frig. The taste is really good, some lightly sweetened melt-in-your-mouth chocolate with crunchy cacao nibs for a great texture contrast. You could also add them to a shake if you have a really good quality blender. You could also do a search for recipes on the internet and you'll find all kinds of ideas.

Quantity: Just right, enough to make it worth the free shipping but not too much that you can't consume it before it looses it's freshness. My husband and I can easily go through a lb or more a month.

Quality: Excellent, they look and taste just like the nibs I purchased from whole foods a few months ago.

Price: Excellent, only a fraction of the price you'll pay at a grocery store or other online sources.

Shipping: Prompt, well packaged.
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