The traveler’s salad

The traveler’s salad

50gr., 100gr. almost every day, of vegetables. Do you always eat salad? The restaurant owner asked me. Yes, I include salad most of the time at home and when I go out. I think it started when I was about 15 y.o. Yes, I would like to try different foods but I am already use to eat vegetables. It´s not very common in Peru that people include salad often, I think it´s not really “perceived as food”. They help you not to gain weight and to digest better. So, I ate salad as entrance in Celendin. Main course was fried trout and I enjoyed the lunch. I left the city like at 6pm, very tired, after visiting 2 chocolate stores. Salad is actually part of a meal for my stomach, and finishing very tired after visiting what you dreamed is part of my happy memories.

LA ENSALADA DE VIAJEROS

50gr, 100gr. casi todos los días, de verduras. ¿Siempre comes ensalada? El dueño del restaurante me preguntó. Sí, incluyo ensalada la mayor parte del tiempo en casa y cuando salgo. Creo que comenzó cuando tenía unos 15 años. Sí, me gustaría probar diferentes alimentos, pero ya estoy acostumbrado a comer verduras. No es muy común en el Perú que la gente incluya ensalada a menudo, creo que no se “percibe como comida”. Los vegetales ayudan a no aumentar de peso y a digerir mejor. Entonces, comí ensalada como entrada en Celendin Cajamarca. El plato principal era trucha frita, disfruté el almuerzo. Salí de la ciudad como a las 6 pm, muy cansada, después de visitar 2 tiendas de chocolate. La ensalada es en realidad parte de una comida para mi estómago; y terminar muy cansada después de visitar lo que anhelaba es parte de mis recuerdos felices.

The traveler’s salad

About Cyntia Elvia

My name and middle name: Elvia Cyntia; "Titi" has always been my nickname. I am a communicator and media producer. I live in Ica Peru. Currently producing "Bonito Food Travel" YouTube channel and media. Bonito Food Travel® focus on Food travel and sustainable lifestyle. Instagram: Bonito Food Travel Facebook: Bonito Food Fans Blog: Bonitofoodfans .com and Twitter: Cyntia Elvia Titi.
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