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How To: Make agua de pina

Jevon's third video teaches how to make agua de piña a traditional Mexican drink which is much healthier than Kool-Aid or soda. To make the base, he starts with sugar, water, and pineapple. The pineapple is chopped into 1 inch pieces and put in a large bowl with sugar and water. Then he uses an immersion blender to chop up the pineapple further. Blending the mixture takes quite a bit of time as the pineapple should be shredded quite small. When the blending is complete, the mixture is straine...

How To: Make a Caipirinha

Learn how to mix Brazil's national cocktail, the Caipirinha, with help from this video! Consisting of cachaça, sugar and lime, wow your party guests with this delicious treat. To make this version of the Caipirinha, you will need the following ingredients and tools:

How To: Use vowels and diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese

In this tutorial, we learn how to use vowels and diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese. When first learning this language, you will want to become comfortable with different words and syllables. When you learn these, you will be able to better learn how to say different vowels and pauses in words. There are some words that have two consecutive vowels in them. Examples of these are: cadeira, saudade, joia, gloria, agua, sueca, and more. Not all of these words are diphthongs. You will need to lear...

How To: Make a South American-style agua fresca Concord grape fruit drink

If you're into grape juice, then you should try out this Concord grape fruit drink, in a South American style drink called an agua fresca. An "agua fresca" is a fruity drink blended with water and sugar, then strained to make a vibrant, refreshing and absolutely delicious beverage. This recipe uses colorful Concord grapes, simple syrup and fresh lime juice. This recipe makes a big batch that'll keep for a couple of days, so you'll have plenty to share when you invite friends to help you rake ...

News: Surf Bocas 101

In a nutshell Bocas del Toro is an arcipelago on the Carribean coast of Panama. It's located about 20 mi south of the Costa Rican border and you can get there from both San Jose and Panama City. The main islands are Colon, Bastimentos, and Carenero, but there are over 100 islands you can explore by boat.

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