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rain, April 26, 2015 in Off-Topic
He is totally wrong about açaí. It is not made from guaraná, It is made from açaí, a palm fruit from the Amazon.
Interestingly, the fruit is 90% seed and only 10% fruit which is very dry. The locals will beat thousands of the fruit with a huge piece of wood and water to release the pulp. The pulp is not very sweet so sugar is added.
Have a member in another forum who has been traveling through there >4 years. Currently he's boating down the Amazon and I read his blogs - he eats anything. Oh the pretty parrot - OH! Oh noes - not the monkey!! snakes, bugs any fish he can catch - piranaha - and then he said he was out at night and he said this jumped out of the water and hit him in the face (guess after he headlamp) - payara or dog tooth fish - freaking things have lots of big long teeth. And he ate that too.
could you link me? I'd be very interested.
Also, why haven't you found my to my place? I miss you.
If,perchance to enjoy something different, you could be interested, I could PM the link at ION.
could you link me? I'd be very interested.Also, why haven't you found your way to my place? I miss you. If,perchance to enjoy something different, you could be interested, I could PM the link at ION.
Also, why haven't you found your way to my place? I miss you.
Damn this no edit anon function
@Your Mom - done