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Certainly the success of locro has to do with its ability to incorporate different ingredients.

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Certainly the success of the locro has to do with its ability to incorporate different ingredients, which would not stick into any other preparation, but which in the locro seem to amalgamate as if they were created specifically for that recipe. Corn, potato, sweet potato and pumpkin can not miss, and from there, everyone can incorporate his personal magic, and everything fits him well. Do you want to put a chorizo on it? It's going. Bacon? Welcome. A shancho ear? Why not? Onion, tomato, garlic? Everything adds up.

But perhaps the real reason why it is such a popular meal is that it has no expiration date. You did it today, you have food for three months: it never rot. The locro is a meal that doesn't leave you to paw. That should be his slogan. In addition, every passing day is richer, even you would have to prepare it ten days in advance. Is Uncle Paco's birthday on October 17? Let's do the locro on the 7th. And let him go drinking gustito.

What I do not understand is the issue of “homeland food.” How is the nationality of a stew established? Why do many people eat it only on May 25 or July 9 and then never again? If you like it, eat it more often, and if not, who forces you to come in? How weird are we sometimes...

Publication Date: 25/05/2020

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