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What do Suriname people eatA favorite dish is pepper pot, a stew made with bitter cassava juice, meat, hot pepper, and seasoning. Other popular foods are roti and curry, garlic Pork, cassava bread, chow mein, and "cook up," a one-pot meal that can include any favorite meats or vegetables. Popular homemade drinks are mauby, made from the bark of a tree, sorrel, made from a leafy vegetable used in salads, and ginger beer. Surinamese people eat three meals and one or two snacks daily. milk is usually not consumed as a drink, but is used in creams and in coffee. Fruits, vegetables, and nuts are eaten in abundance. cassava flour and meal are common in many areas of Suriname. Breakfast is normally a light meal with coffee or tea; bread with butter and jam; and sometimes fruit or fruit juice. Meat and cheese are ]pkijoiunn nb jhjhbvgvjkbiouhgjnkkhububvjbibin Suriname. A favorite dish is pepper pot, a stew made with bitter cassava juice, meat, hot pepper and vegetables. Other popular foods are roti and curry, garlic Pork, cassava bread, chow mein, and "cook up," a one-pot meal that can include any favorite meats and vegetables. Other important ingredient of Surinamese cuisine is beans which is served with different meats, but is especially with fish. An important ingredient throughout the country, it is also coconut which is used in soups, cocktails, poultry, fish, and shellfish recipes, as well as desserts and sweets.

 

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Suriname or Surinam, officially the Republic of Suriname, is a country in northern South America. Its geographical size is just under 165,000 km2 (64,000 sq mi), and it has an estimated population of approximately 470,000, most of whom live on the country's north coast, where the capital Paramaribo is located.

 

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