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April 20, 2005



If you're looking to try some saltenas in the states!:



check out the poster´s Saltena shop, and let us all know how it is.

p.s. - I tried Saltenas in Peru, and they where nothing NOTHING compared to Sucre, Bolivia. That is one delicious food product.

Anyone know if they are in the states?


First, excuse my english, im a little bit rusty, any way, im so sorry for your experience witn salteñas, Im one of the owners of a sateñeria in Bolivia LOS CASTORES, we offer a great product made of chicken or meet, we have three flavors, sweet or not spicy for chisldren, regular hot and super hot, I garantie a fabulous product for yo, a great service, a nice and clean place to eat, with your family or friends. And I promise that if you eat a salteña from los castores, you will be eating the best Salteña of Bolivia


You make mi mouth water 'till I cannot take it any more.


lomo saltado [sp?]. remember that place pollo campero in MD we went to back in the day that Marcelo brought me to? go get you some.

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