this is called "i'm not sharing" raw chocolate because my uncle grabbed the plate of chocolates to his chest and said, "i'm not sharing!!!"
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bring cacao butter and coconut butter to liquid state by placing a bowl of hot water under the bowl of butters (think raw double boiler).
add raw cacao, lemon zest, nutmeg, cinnamon, sea salt
srape pods from 1/4 vanilla bean and add to mixture.
stir in raw agave nectar (or honey) and sweeten to personal taste.
add more sea salt if you would like to bring out the flavors more.
delicately spoon the chocolate mixture into molds (an ice cube tray would make a great mold).
sprinkle cranberries and walnuts into each individual molds (this recipe will make about 8 chocolates).
freeze for 1/2 hour.
release chocolates from mold.
eat away. enjoy. guiltlesslly consume. there are lots of anti-oxidants to celebrate with!!

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this is called "i'm not sharing" raw chocolate because my uncle grabbed the plate of chocolates to his chest and said, "i'm not sharing!!!"

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by the way, i found that honey doesn't work that well
stick with the agave nectar (the lighter the color the better)

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workin' on it :)

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Where do you get dried cranberries that don't have sugar and all that other junk in them?

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places that sell candy making supplies and baking notions have those molds. i'v even seen them on ebay. definitely try there.

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Please post a pic!

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This looks so good! Do you know where to order chocolate molds that are not ice cube trays, though? Ice cube trays are fine, but a nice chocolate bar mold - that would be rawmazing!

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ENJOY

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