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  • Opt for a licuado -- a blended fruit drink that's popular and traditional in Mexico and throughout Latin American countries.

    Kellogg/Lactaid Partner to Test for LI

  • Although licuados are most often associated with fresh fruits and milk, juice or water can be used instead of milk, if desired, says Erik Perez, director of food services for Vallarta Supermarkets, where licuado sales average 500 to 700 per week per store with strawberry or banana or a combination of the two the most popular flavors.

    Kellogg/Lactaid Partner to Test for LI

  • Here's a recipe for a licuado you can make for yourself:

    Kellogg/Lactaid Partner to Test for LI

  • Probably the most popular breakfast fruit in México, papaya is also a favorite licuado ingredient.

    Exotic summer refreshment: a guide to Mexico's tropical fruit

  • Berros (watercress) nasturtium officinalis: Popular in salads and soups, it is also taken in the form of a licuado in the northern and central regions of the country as a remedy for renal and pulmonary problems.

    A Culinary Guide to Mexican Herbs: Las Hierbas de Cocina

  • It is considered a digestive system cleanser, and often taken in a morning licuado, with lemon juice and garlic, by those on weight-loss diets.

    A Culinary Guide to Mexican Herbs: Las Hierbas de Cocina

  • In northern and central Mexico, a licuado of watercress is taken as a remedy for renal and pulmonary problems.

    Mexico's Leafy Green

  • They get a single gigantic papaya licuado, an interesting purplish-pink shade since the papaya was very ripe and red, and share it using two straws.

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  • Subaru presentará en Madrid el Outback alimentado con gas licuado

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  • Out of curiosity, I tried a mango licuado, a kind of smoothie that tasted like milk, sugar and froth, but not much else.

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    June 11, 2015

  • A blended fruit drink that's popular and traditional in Mexico and throughout Latin American countries.

    June 10, 2015