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Carlosprimero
9/10/2021 10:59 EST

Hello Everybody!
Maybe someone can answer this question.
IT IS possible to buy Mustard in Nicaragua. I mean good , real Mustard, Not this sweet American Garbage and also black bread ,whole wheat bread?
Thank you for your answer.
Best Regrads.
Carlos

atz111
9/10/2021 12:34 EST

yes, yes and yes.

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KeyWestPirate
9/11/2021 09:17 EST

PriceSmart had Grey Poupon the last time we were there.

Whole Wheat Bread ??? Maybe for ATZ in Granada,, the rest of us are just happy to have bread. La Colonia has started to bake their in store, cute little automated oven, but it tastes like cardboard. People buy it though.

We bake out own. There is an outfit in Granada that sells good flour milled from a hard wheat from Canada,, Monisa, I think it is. We buy 50 lbs at a time,, 250 cords for a 25 lb sack.

We bake almost daily, use a machine to mix the ingredients, let it rise in the machine once, put it in a loaf pan and rise it again, then bake it. We use the oven preheat to get the second rise with the loaf pan on top of the stove. Just enough.

A tablespoon of honey gives it a chewy, brown crust.

We feed a couple of workers five days/week,, plus ourselves,, simple beans &rice&thick slice of fresh bread,,, plus something more elaborate on Friday with some meat.

I used to hire someone to cook lunch,, found I could do it faster and more consistently myself. We make it in the morning, put the rice and beans in two wide mouth thermos jugs, mix up some of that powered punch or lemonade from PriceSmart, slice the bread, lay it out and cover it with a towel. They pull the drink out of the refri,, the rest requires no attention from us.

Lunch is at 12, but they eat anytime they find a good breaking point in their work.

We do beans in a crock pot, enough for three days,, usually with some pork mixed it for flavor Rice I cook quickly in the morning. I do a softer rice, don't fry it, use butter and salt. They love it.

So,, yes,, there is good mustard -sometimes.

elduendegrande
9/11/2021 16:03 EST

La casita restaurant on the Panam on the south end of Esteli has wheat bread cooked daily. It is full of wheat, not airholes! No preservatives. Sometimes they have cheese bread, too. Limited hours due to the pandemic, carry out only.

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