You know, I’m so impressed that this worker, W, came to pay back his debt. I didn’t need his work anymore, even though he’s awesome, but I was trying to save money, so I let him go. I did realize that I had lent him some money, and that now he couldn’t pay it off until he got a new job. So I put his debt at the back of my mind. And then, here he is, at the door, asking if he could work off his debt by working once a week. And they workers get $20 a day, so it takes a long time to pay back a couple hundred dollars! It’s so impressive and so honorable for anyone to show up at the door, make that decision, and especially impressive for a 21-year old with 2 children and other things on his mind!
1 c. cacao butter
1 c. cacao paste
1/2 c. amaranth grains
2 squeezes stevia liquid
1 tsp. grated ginger
1/2 tsp. grated turmeric
dash vanilla powder
a few grains sea salt for inside and out
Directions: Melt all in a bowl over a pot of water (or double-boiler), stirring gently and as long as you want, until the chocolate is creamy and melted. Pour into a mold of choice. Sprinkle with Stevia powder and a few grains of salt.
options: handful coconut, raisins, date pieces, cacao nibs, nuts or seeds, peppermint essential oil
Word of the Day – cúrcuma -turmeric raisins – pasas
Tip of the Day – If you don’t have fancy molds for your chocolate or other candies, use ice cube trays, simple saucers or plates.
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