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We decided before leaving that we should, as much as possible during our journey, make food at “home.” Not only to keep a semblance of normalcy within the family, sitting down together and talking over something prepared by one of us, but also because eating out all the time seriously fucks with your expectations of portions and variety.

And so we have been serious about eating local as much as possible, which is not hard in Costa Rica, especially when about 30 minutes away is the incredible San Isidro Market

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The largest Farmer’s Market in the land, its cavernous hanger-like structure is filled to the brim with fruits and vegetables, most of which we had never seen before…

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I mean, what the hell is a Jackfruit other than an alien pod that tastes like bubble gum?…

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Coming to this place cannot be missed if you are even remotely in the area. It is frequented by Ticos but also by an abnormal large proportion of barefoot white people with dreadlocks who have called this part of Costa Rica home. And they brought their drums…

We have been eating incredibly exciting food, even if a lot of it has a steep learning curve, especially for the kids, but part of this trip was discovering what else, other than pasta, we could stand to put in our mouths for 12 months. We’re off to an interesting start.

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