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Although the banana is not native to the country, Brazil produces 10% of the world's bananas. There are 6 main varieties eaten throughout the country: pacova, gold, silver, apple, dwarf and plantain.   To see more on the Brazilian Farmer's Market, check out our video on the Casa Bromelia Rio You Tube Channel.

Although the banana is not native to the country, Brazil produces 10% of the world's bananas. There are 6 main varieties eaten throughout the country: pacova, gold, silver, apple, dwarf and plantain. To see more on the Brazilian Farmer's Market, check out our video on the Casa Bromelia Rio You Tube Channel.

These photographers may have never known the significance of the pictures they took and that millions would be marveling at them in the future. From thousands of images, I chose these to give us a rare and fascinating look at how different (and similar) life used to be.

These photographers may have never known the significance of the pictures they took and that millions would be marveling at them in the future. From thousands of images, I chose these to give us a rare and fascinating look at how different (and similar) life used to be.

This looks like so much fun! I want one. My mom has a hand held one that's fun...

This looks like so much fun! I want one. My mom has a hand held one that's fun...

We love supporting other folks who have made travel their life!!There's nowhere better to be than poolside with a pineapple when a heatwave sets in  ⠀( # @meandmytravelbugs via @latermedia )

We love supporting other folks who have made travel their life!!There's nowhere better to be than poolside with a pineapple when a heatwave sets in ⠀( # @meandmytravelbugs via @latermedia )

Fresh Fruit Juice and Rio de Janeiro go hand in hand. And with a fresh juice shop on nearly every corner of the city, it is easy to get your daily fix. Some of our house favorites are: acerola, guava, pineapple/mint & the Brazilian avocado shake.

Fresh Fruit Juice and Rio de Janeiro go hand in hand. And with a fresh juice shop on nearly every corner of the city, it is easy to get your daily fix. Some of our house favorites are: acerola, guava, pineapple/mint & the Brazilian avocado shake.

Ever wonder why you never find fresh açai (pronounced Ahh-sigh-eee)? Originating in the Brazilian Amazon, this berry goes rancid very fast. As soon as they are picked, they go through pasteurization & flash freezing to preserve the delicious goodness you benefit from in that Açai Bowl! It is the most important non-wood forest product, in terms of money, coming from the river delta of the Amazon.

Ever wonder why you never find fresh açai (pronounced Ahh-sigh-eee)? Originating in the Brazilian Amazon, this berry goes rancid very fast. As soon as they are picked, they go through pasteurization & flash freezing to preserve the delicious goodness you benefit from in that Açai Bowl! It is the most important non-wood forest product, in terms of money, coming from the river delta of the Amazon.

I can't get enough. Lasai fulfills my soul. Rio's food scene is up and coming and this place is the epitome of where we are headed. Note: If you want a coveted table in the kitchen, reserve 2 weeks in advance. It is well worth it!

I can't get enough. Lasai fulfills my soul. Rio's food scene is up and coming and this place is the epitome of where we are headed. Note: If you want a coveted table in the kitchen, reserve 2 weeks in advance. It is well worth it!

herb stuffed fish cooked inside 2kg of rock salt ... weekend delight!!  (Message us for Recipe!)

herb stuffed fish cooked inside 2kg of rock salt ... weekend delight!! (Message us for Recipe!)

The smell of books, taste of rich coffee and the feeling of possibility. You can often find me working in the back corner of the upstairs café in Travessa Bookshop in Ipanema. One of my favorites is their cream of pumpkin soup and toasted homemade wheat bread, local goat cheese topped with a hazelnut. A perfect afternoon snack for when we are pretending it is cold in Rio de Janeiro.

The smell of books, taste of rich coffee and the feeling of possibility. You can often find me working in the back corner of the upstairs café in Travessa Bookshop in Ipanema. One of my favorites is their cream of pumpkin soup and toasted homemade wheat bread, local goat cheese topped with a hazelnut. A perfect afternoon snack for when we are pretending it is cold in Rio de Janeiro.

Açai (pronounced ass-eye-eee) - the snack that brazilians love to enjoy on a hot afternoon! This berry is a small purple fruit that looks like a large blueberry. They say that açai is high in antioxidants, boosts energy, is great for the skin and improves your sex life! You can buy a cup at all the corner juice spots peppered around Rio de Janeiro.

Açai (pronounced ass-eye-eee) - the snack that brazilians love to enjoy on a hot afternoon! This berry is a small purple fruit that looks like a large blueberry. They say that açai is high in antioxidants, boosts energy, is great for the skin and improves your sex life! You can buy a cup at all the corner juice spots peppered around Rio de Janeiro.

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