Andrew Zimmern, culinary explorer, takes a tour of Bolivian Cuisine

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by Sil Pancho

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02.11.2013

Andrew Zimmern takes his stomach of steel to Bolivia and in the process does an excellent job of bringing Bolivia to life for the westerner.  He takes a gastronomical tour of La Paz, Altiplano, El Alto, Santa Cruz, and Lake Titicaca.  He even takes us by Mercado Batallas and tries chanfaina.  Enjoy part I of his tour and eat well!

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