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Dishes that are traditionally served vegan
Fruit salad made with pineapple, bananas, papaya and mangoes. Peanuts, oats or coconut flakes can be added on top
Fried wheat flour and yucca starch patty filled with potato pieces, onions and tomatoes. served with hot sauce or lemon
Roasted cornmeal cake with cooked vegetables. Make sure: no cheese is added
Fried plantains with guacamole dip made from avocado, onions, lemon and pepper
Traditional sauce made from tomatoes, onions and garlic. can be served with a wide variety of local dishes
Fried slices of green plantains. usually served like potato chips with a dip
Vegetables and beans with corn/wheat flour, wrapped and cooked in a banana leaf. Make sure: no butter/milk is used
Traditional drink made from the syrup or non-distilled juice from sugar cane
Sweet bars made from guava, sugar and lemon. Make sure: no milk is added
Freshly fried ripe plantain slices.
Dishes that are not vegan by default, but can be made so, by asking to remove or change part of the ingredients.
Mixed salad, usually made with lettuce, avocados, tomatoes and other veggies. To veganize: ask for no cheese/ meat to be added
Porridge made from boiled white corn. can be served cold or hot, with or without milk. To veganize: ask for no milk
Typical breakfast plate with corn cakes, plantain and meat. To veganize: Ask for no meat or eggs
Dishes that might look vegan, but contain animal products.
Green/red beans-based soup, with rice or avocado on top. Usually contain beef broth
Lentils soup with potatoes, plantain, rice and avocado. Meat broth is typically used
Coconut candy bar, commonly found on the streets, will contain eggs
Small bread bun, commonly contain eggs and cheese
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