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Vegan Costa Rican Traditional Cuisines, Part 1 of 2 - Gallo Pinto & Handmade Tortilla

2020-03-01
Language:Spanish(Español)

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Today, we are honored to have Marianella with us. She will show us how to make the vegan version of traditional Costa Rican breakfast, Gallo Pinto, as well as handmade tortillas that are popular in Central America. Marianella is the owner of the Green Vurgers Restaurant, a small vegan restaurant located in San Pedro, San José, Costa Rica. As its name suggests, Green Vurgers specializes in offering vegan burgers as a way of introducing veganism to the general public. “The main feature of the Gallo Pinto is its vibrant colors. You can see the red, brown from the beans and lots of the greens. It is very appetizing. Now we are going to make handmade tortillas from Central America. First, we roll the dough into balls. We can use any type of container to flatten the tortilla dough. We grease it with a little「olive oil」. There it is. This tortilla, when it moves easily, it means that it is ready. We can see that this type of breakfast is quite substantial.”
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