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Some health food shops sell it, but I find it more easily in a regular supermarket, in the baking aisle.

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Unm I see . So unsweetened dark chocolate is the one to aim for .

Try the baking section of your supermarket. I have not been able to find a bar that doesn't have a nut warning and we have a severe nut allergy in the family.

I buy a canister of organic unsweetened cocoa. At least instead of plain sugar you can add agave if you bake with it. I have made brownies using it. Also, I like some softened ghee mixed with a spoon of cocoa and a drop of agave spread on a toasted rice cake.

I also add a tablespoon of cocoa to my chili recipe posted here:

Goldie, one of our forum members, makes a hot drink with unsweetened cocoa instead of drinking coffee.


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Raw, unroasted cocoa powder? Or cocoa mass? They are quite usual in health shops in Finland. But not very cheap.

You can eat raw cocoa mass and take a teaspoon of honey or other compliant sweetener of good quality.

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