Serious Chocolate Talk: Cultural Significance of Cacao in Indigenous Cultures
July 17, 2012 (Tue)
from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Seattle, WA 98109
Want to buy a male turkey? That will cost you 200 cacao beans – if you’re Aztec. While cacao may no longer be used as currency, it still carries much cultural significance in its birthplace, Central and South America. Former Peace Corps volunteer Kate Selting joins us to share what she learned about the cultural significance of cacao while living with cacao farmers in Central America.
Posted By: Lauren Adler