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At 5:52pm on June 27, 2011, Jay said…
Jeff, I'm very interested in getting Ecuadorian cocoa beans.  Please contact me directly at: W = 708-799-1988, H = 708-534-0620 or
At 12:49pm on June 15, 2011, Kent Goodwin said…
Hi Jeff,  I would like to talk to you more about the options you have for Ecuadorian cacao liquor.  Sent you a friend request so that I can send you a direct message.  Thanks! Kent
At 5:51pm on January 6, 2011, Cat Ankerson said…
Hi Jeff, I just took a look a look at your blog and it seems you closed your place down in Quito? Just when i was going to ask you when the next session of chocolate making was! Is it true?.... hope not.
At 4:11am on November 24, 2010, Laura Marion said…
hi jeff i am in australia and would like to get my hands on a preserver cocoa pod can you please let me know how and the details thanks laura
At 10:35pm on March 4, 2010, CAT said…

At 10:45am on March 4, 2010, Jeff Stern said…
The next class here is Thursday, March 18 from 2:00 to 4:30. If you follow my local brand page on Facebook, Gianduja, you can see all the info. Send me your email and I'll send you the info on how to sign up.
At 10:42am on March 4, 2010, CAT said…
I´m actually living in Quito at the moment and I´m very interested in taking classes. How do I go about doing that?

At 9:35am on March 4, 2010, CAT said…
Hola Jeff, I was wondering if you offer any kind of work experience (unpaid) or if you hold any workshops in Quito. I would really love to witness the process from the roasted cacao bean to the final chocolate product.

At 5:51am on September 22, 2009, Pablito Marmol said…
Hola Jeff... saludos a los probadores de chocolates ;)
At 6:40pm on September 14, 2009, Publio Cantos said…
Hola Jeff, es un gusto conocerte. estuve leyendo tus posts esta mañana. Nos reunimos cuando vengas a Guayaquil.
At 12:09pm on December 9, 2008, Jeff Stern said…
My dark chocolate is 100% Arriba from a grower friend of mine in the Quevedo province of Ecuador. I also use other Ecuador single origin, which is also Arriba, but sourced from throughout the country.
At 10:22pm on October 29, 2008, ChocoFiles said…
That's fantastic that you have your own chocolate! What is the name of your chocolate? What kind of beans do you use and where are they from? I have a friend in Ecuador who may want to get some.

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