Are you looking how to make easy-I-even-managed-to-burn-soup kind of way CEVICHE? Well, today is your luckiest day! Yes, today, because I am about to show you how to cook ceviche in a ridiculously easy way, so easy that you might want to try to ask me the recipe in Spanish for an extra challenge, you are welcome.
I know what you are thinking about “Me, trying to cook the tastiest kind of food on Earth like a Peruvian dish? Yes, that’s exactly what you are thinking (or you should start thinking), but I am here to tell you that yes, you can do it with a little bit of help from your Peruvian friend.
Ceviche is a very popular seafood dish, originated in Peru, which is made from very fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices such as lemon or lime, and spiced with chili pepper. The citric acid causes the proteins in the seafood to become denaturised, appearing to be cooked, without heat, therefore it must be prepared and consumed fresh to minimize the risk of food poisoning. It goes really well with side dishes that complement its favours such as corn, sweet potato, avocado, etc.
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Learning a new language is tough. One of the most enjoyable and kick-in-the-butt experiences I’ve ever lived. Creativity will be your best friend against boredom when learning a new language and immersion one of your most powerful means.
When people ask me how did I learn English or since when I’ve been learning, I am a bit speechless. All my life? Properly since a few years ago? I don’t know. Finding the specific point on my life-line is a bit too much asking but I can say something for sure:
I started loving this new language since I was 11 or so.
When I was in secondary school, oh boy, the time of ‘crushes’ began and I had no one better than Taylor Swift to walk along with me on this painful journey. Yes, that’s right, I would listen to every single one of her most cheesy songs possible and sing along with the lyrics. I had one big challenge for my self-pity start moments: ENGLISH.
My first Taylor Swift song ever? ‘You belong with me’ and the video was so epic that I had to understand what she was saying! “She wears short skirts, I wear t-shirts. She’s cheer captain and I’m on the bleachers” (Yep, the struggle was real).
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