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Once the cocoa seeds are ground, the huskl is then separated from the rest of the seed, by a traditional method of throwing them up in the air, allowing the wind to carry away the lighter husk, so that only the main seed remains.

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Once the cocoa seeds are ground, the huskl is then separated from the rest of the seed, by a traditional method of throwing them up in the air, allowing the wind to carry away the lighter husk, so that only the main seed remains.

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