What are the things that the Venezuelans who emigrated most miss?
Although Venezuelans anywhere in the world can get a greater variety of products, different presentations or versions, there are certain options at the time of eating that are irreplaceable in the gustatory memory and that only in the context of our country can the experience of its tasting be revived
Sweet treats: all these Venezuelan knickknacks have seized the Creole heart and make anyone's mouth water just by naming them. Definitely, they are part of the national pride and more when these take chocolate as their ingredients, since the Venezuelan cacao is unmatched.
The rum: nothing like the one made in Venezuela. Whichever brand it is, its flavor surpasses that of any part of the world. Neither served as a free Cuba nor disguised with soda can compare or manage to satisfy the exquisite palate of the Venezuelan who is accustomed to the quality of rum.
Harina Pan: it is known that the arepa is the typical dish of the Venezuelan but with this same dough empanadas can be prepared. Those that despite the fat and heat are classic in the trip to the beach. In any of its preparations the Harina Pan is a symbol of Venezuela
Fresh cheeses: The cheeses here have a characteristic flavor that does not exist anywhere else and, although there is a long list of these milk derivatives that are very fine or exquisite on a global scale, any Venezuelan would opt for a criollo cheese.
The cachapa: the Venezuelan varies the breakfast menu alternating the classic arepa with the delicious cachapa. In this dish the cheese becomes protagonist for its thickness and contribution to the corn dough.