I have traveled to many countries in Central and South America since 2003 and had never seen this done anywhere before I saw it in Brasil.
One theory is that it reduces drying time by removing excess pulp from the surface of the fermented cocoa.
There is a soothing aspect to the rhythm and sound of the dance.
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