Cacao nibs are shelled & roasted cacao beans. They have a crunchy texture with a chocolate-y flavour.
Hulling is the process used to separate the nib from the cocoa bean shell. The nib is a hard piece of cacao that is left over when the roasted bean is shelled.
I believe a nib is a piece on the radiator itself.
Cacao are seeds(beans) inside the fruit of the cacao tree which is a large berry called the cacao pod...
It is named after NIB Health Insurance, which derived its name from the Newcastle Industrial Benefits Health fund.
My fountain pen needs a new nib.
On Howrse NIB stands for Non inbred
Cacao beans, which are dried and powered into the cocoa from which chocolate is made, are found inside the fleshy fruit of the cacao tree. The cacao fruit is called the cacao pod.
Cacao powder is the remains after cocoa butter is extracted from cacao beans.