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  1. says

    Those fruits look delicious and I am definitely keeping a look out to see if I can find any here in San Francisco. I cannot wait to try them. What a wonderful way to explore a new cuisine than by sampling the local produce.

  2. John says

    Hi Erica,

    Congratulations with your achievement, however I am curious about the next hundred!
    Reading your recipes really gets me going, I want to try them all !

  3. Anna says

    Man I miss these fruits…. have you been able to find any of them here in the US and if so in what kind of stores?? I live in Houston, so I’m guessing if they can be found anywhere in the US they should be found here… any thoughts???

    • Erica says

      Hi Anna,
      I don’t know about Houston, but you can find passion fruit in different states in the USA. I find almost all the fruits in frozen pulp from GOYA.

  4. nina says

    HEY!Good question are they raspberries?
    I might be going to Colombia soon and would super much appreciate HELP!
    Any tips or ANYTHING..
    But one question
    err…two rather
    1. Do they have other fruits
    and most importantly
    2. In colombia do you give gifts to friends you just meet??
    Thz >^_^<

    • Erica says

      Hi Nina,
      That is a good question. Moras are blackberries, but to be honest with you I am confused about that, because raspberries look just like Colombian moras. I am working in that answer.

    • Erica says

      Nina,
      yes, we have more fruits.

      yes, you can give a gift to your new friend in Colombia. I hope yo have a great time in my country :)

  5. nina says

    Thank you guys!!!
    I really appreciate my gift, and I’m so glad you are actually from there!! People tell me how great the food is there.
    Any more info is great…
    >^_^< Thx again (or how other peeps say…Graci)
    Nina

  6. nina says

    AAAAnnnndddddd……
    Oh ya…How much spending money is usually the small stuff: Souviners, candies, ice cream cones, stuff like that??
    I need to know how much pocket money to bring..
    THANX AGAIN

  7. Allison says

    Hi, Erica!
    This looks like a great site. I’m actually starting my second year living in Venezuela, and today I brought a zapote home from the grocery store. The only problem is I have no idea how to tell if it’s ripe or how to best prepare it. I searched for info online and found your site. Any words of advice? Also, moras here in Venezuela are mulberries, not black raspberries. Thanks for your help!

    • Erica says

      Hi Allison,
      I don’t have any recipes using zapote. I used to peel it with my hands and eat the flesh :) That simple!

  8. Alaina says

    Gracias para eso pagina! Me encanta la comida Colombiana y tambien extraño mi pais hermoso!
    Quiero una receta de relleñas!
    Alaina

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