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Tropicalsenior

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8 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

elements

It's not the food elements, it's the way that they are put together. The Costa Ricans are notoriously bad cooks. In the typical food, the only seasoning is salt and a prepared combination of seasonings that everyone uses in everything. The Motto seems to be, that if it's done cooking it's not edible until you cook it at least a half an hour more. But you are right, the food products that we get here are marvelous.

Tropicalsenior

Tropicalsenior

3 minutes ago, Margaret Pilgrim said:

elements

It's not the food elements it's the way that they are put together. The Costa Ricans are notoriously bad cooks. In the typical food the only seasoning is salt and a prepared combination of seasonings that everyone uses in everything. The Motto seems to be that if it's done cooking it's not edible until you cook it at least a half an hour more. But you are right the food products that we get here are marvelous.

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