Keto in Cuba!
Holla mi amigo! I just got back from Cuba and man did I learn a lot! Keto in other countries can be pretty hard, especially if you don’t speak the language at all/very well. The typical Cuban diet consists of rice, beans, plantains, and sugar. Sounds scary, right? Through trial and error my husband and I learned to navigate the vintage car filled streets and eat our way to…safety?
Most restaurants in Havana are called a paladars. They are houses that have been turned into private restaurants owned by a family vs. owned by the government. No matter where you go every meal is served with rice and beans. At first we asked them not to serve them-I hate to waste but quickly stopped doing that as it seemed to be rude. We really didn’t want to offend anyone and just wanted to enjoy the culture so we left our mounds of rice and beans untouched.
So other than rice and beans what can you expect?
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