Gastronomy

Tereré

Cachaça (sugar cane brandy)

Its name may have come from the old Iberian language – cachaza – meaning lees wine, an inferior wine drunk in Portugal and Spain, or from “cachaço”, the pig, and its female “cachaça”, the sow. This is because the meat of the wild pigs, found in the forests of all Brazil – the so-called caititus …

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Ora-pro-nóbis

Have you heard of Ora-pro-nóbis? This edible plant has been attracting attention because of its nutritional benefits. Although its thorns and appearance are intimidating at first, this plant is safe and can be consumed in many ways. Its scientific name is Pereskia aculeata, but we can call it Ora-pro-nóbis (from the Latin: “pray for us”). …

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