As in many South American countries, food in Bolivia is a mixture of Spanish and indigenous cuisine and makes use of staples like beans, potatoes and corn. Additional influences come from more recent European immigrants ... More »

The typical Bolivian diet is comprised of potatoes during almost every meal, sometimes served with noodles or rice. Lunch is considered the most important meal, which usually constitutes soup in addition to the main cour... More »

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Brazilian food varies significantly by region. There are five main regional cuisines: comida mineira based on pork, vegetables and beans; comida baiana which uses shellfish, hot peppers, palm oil and coconut milk; comida... More »

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Traditionally, people of the Cherokee Nation enjoyed a staple food diet that included the "three sisters," or corn, beans, potatoes and squash. Meat staples of the past were deer and turkey. Other foods incorporated into... More »

The best carbohydrates for a person with diabetes to eat include fruit, milk, yogurt and starchy vegetables such as beans, potatoes and corn, according to WebMD. Cereal, pasta, bread and rice are also excellent carbohydr... More »

The traditional Bolivian fare consists of staple foods, such as corn, potatoes, beans and rice. The main meal for most Bolivians is lunch, known locally as "almuerzo." More »

The Amazon rainforest lies in nine South American countries: Peru, Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Guyana, Bolivia, Suriname and French Guiana. The Amazon rainforest covers more than 1 billion acres of land, and co... More »