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This instructional video is intended to help people make chocolate using simple ingredients and simple equipment. The equipment and method is especially suited for people living in chocolate-growing regions of the tropical Americas, as the equipment is universally available and does not require electric power.
Here's a similar method for making milk chocolate. Great video of roasting, but more complicated recipe and instructions for making milk chocolate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-lV3hrDvEA
Similar method of making chocolate but using the oven roasting technique, winnowing instead of peeling, and tempering chocolate afterwards. His equipment is more electronic, so I wanted to show that it can be done cheaper and in larger quantities with manual powered equipment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUjc6fLnfmM
Here's an example of where you can get a $25 grinder, http://www.wayfair.com/Buffalo-Tools-Corn-and-Grain-Grinder-CICGRIND-BUF1075.html
And an example of where to get raw whole cacao beans for $15/lb online: http://www.nuts.com/nuts/cacao/organic-beans.html. I got mine at the Redland Farmer's Market in Homestead, FL for $10/lb, which is the cheapest I can find it for in the States so far. In Latin American countries where cacao is grown, you can often find it in big markets at about $1-$3 per pound.....