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  Live   ·   Interactive    ·  1 hour   ·   By Zoom


Leticia, an indigenous Garífuna and entrepreneur, will offer us a sample of her business based on her ancestral gastronomy, cassava, at an Afro-Caribbean rhythm.


The Garifuna ethnic group, also known as Afro-Caribbeans, have maintained their customs, music, traditions and ancestral gastronomy.


You will see live how Casabe, a thin and crunchy cake made from cassava flour, is made.

A way of life in this culture.


You will learn about the elaboration method from the cassava tuber (also known as manioc) to the production of the cassava. But everything goes beyond that, as Leticia is an enterprising woman who has managed to establish her business by creating her own tools, to the point of selling this  artisanal product in the country... and all at an Afro-Caribbean rhythm.


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Power women & food in Honduras

  • 250€ (Price in USD)

    For the connection of 2 classrooms. For other needs, please contact us at

    Taxes not included

    Language: Spanish

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