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I’m going to share with you an amazing mood-enhancing recipe from Mexico that you might not have heard before.
This recipe is called “Mantequilla de Muerte” and if you’re ever in the city of San Miguel la Real, this is the place to try it. This recipe is a combination of three main ingredients that are known as “calabacitas”. These are the dried, fermented beans. The dried beans are very soft and the fermented ones are very hard; the fermented beans are more similar to the dried ones but are softer.
The calabacitas are dried beans that have been fermented and then dried. Basically, they become soft and tough and the hard ones are cooked. The recipe is made with dried beans from a variety of beans. In the video I show you how to make it, it’s a combination of beans from the beans I told you about earlier, which are called “chayote” and “guayote.” These are the most popular type of beans in Mexico.
The calabacitas are very popular in Mexico because they’re very easy to eat. I’d suggest that you get some from the person that cooks it for you to make a quick, fresh version.
The recipe I showed you here is made with dried beans from a variety of beans. It’s a combination of guayote and chayote. You can find these beans at any Mexican food store.
The people that make guayote and chayote both think they are the same. The only way to tell if you have the right type of beans is to taste them and see if you can taste any differences.
The main difference between guayote and chayote is that the chayote is used for making salsa instead of guayote. But that is not a big difference really. The main difference between guayote and chayote is that the chayote beans have a more intense flavor than the guayote beans. And since chayote beans are the most popular, it makes sense that the chayote beans are the most popular too.
But chayote beans, of course, are the most popular beans on earth, so that’s not really a big deal. But don’t take my word for it, try it yourself! Chayotes are a little bit more delicate and subtle in flavor than the guayotes, but they’re still pretty tasty even if that’s not their main difference.