toasted barley, flax seed, lime juice, sugar
Emoliente is kind of an herbal tea popular with young and old, poor and rich especially in the cold winter month. Sold by street vendors around the country at corners, bus stops or parks and plazas, it is part of Peruvian lifestyle and believed to have healing and protective powers. No wonder, because emoliente is made of numerous Peruvian medicinal plants, herbs and seeds. A great beverage to get warm, add some minerals and vitamins to your diet and boost ...
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This list pertains to breakfast foods and beverages popular in Peru. The typical holiday or weekend Peruvian breakfast usually consists ...
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Most common dishes you find on the street of Peru