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  • A delicious lunch with Inca cola
    A delicious lunch with Inca cola
    by risse73
  • A local musician at the restaurant
    A local musician at the restaurant
    by risse73
  • Endika and Paco at lunch time.
    Endika and Paco at lunch time.
    by RudoElCojonudo

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    Truchitas

    by Elisabcn Updated Mar 7, 2011

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    On Isla del Sol there are no restaurants but some local people can cook something for you for few coins. The menu is very restricted: grilled truchitas (just fished trout) with some salt and potatoes. By that time fish in general was not on my daily menu but on Isla del Sol I had no choice: I had been walking all the morning, felt veeeery hungry so it was a matter of survival!
    Since that day I eat fish quite often, cooked in different ways. But I guess that I won’t find anywhere else a fish as good as those simply truchitas cooked by Titicaca Lake.

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    WHAT WE ATE IN TAQUILE: WHAT WE ATE IN TAQUILE

    by RudoElCojonudo Written Jan 23, 2008

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    Peruvian version of Fish and Chips

    He had a nice lunch in Taquile, near the 'main square' while the local customs about the dressing where explained to us.
    This meal wasn´t included in the price. It was 12 soles per person, about 3€.
    - Vegetable soup.
    - Trout with rice and chips.
    - Coffe or coca infusions.

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    WHAT WE ATE IN AMANTANI: WHAT WE ATE IN AMANTANI

    by RudoElCojonudo Written Jan 23, 2008
    Endika and Paco at lunch time.
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    As the guide told us as soon as we arrived to the island there are not Mc Donnalds, Pizza Huts or KFC in the place. The Amantanians are farmers and they live from the things they get from Pachamama (Mother Earth). All the food was cooked in the floor!!
    I´ll explain what we eat while we stayed there:
    *BREAKFAST:
    - Corn made crep.
    - Mermelade.
    - Muña infusion.
    * LUNCH:
    - Vegetable soup.
    - Cheese made bread. It was like chewing gum but it was the best of the menu!!!
    - Boild potatoes, oca, etc
    - Muña infusion.
    * DINNER
    - Vegetable soup.
    - Boiled potatoes with fresh tomatoe and carrots.
    - Rice.
    - Muña infusion.

    ALL THIS WAS INCLUDED IN THE PRICE WE PAID FOR THE TOUR.

    Favorite Dish: Muña herb and the cheese made bread.

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    Totora

    by SirRichard Written Jun 10, 2005

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    Totora

    Totora can also be eaten, it is not very tasty but tastes like a kind of leek, is juicy and can be chewed. In Uros islands there are no restaurants, but they will surely give you a piece of totora to taste.

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    Several small eateries on Taquile Island: Definitely have a fresh trout!

    by risse73 Updated Mar 4, 2008

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    A delicious lunch with Inca cola
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    Lake Titicaca is famous for its trout. Do have it when you visit!

    Favorite Dish: Freshly-caught trout along with the infamous Inca Kola.

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