By now you’ve heard of guava, and you probably have a taste.
But what is guacamole?
How does guacomole differ from regular guac?
This article will show you what you need to know about guac and guacamaría.
Guava juice (aka guava-flavored water) has been around for decades.
In the 1970s, it was the go-to guava drink in Jamaica.
It became popular in the US in the 1980s, when it became a staple drink in the college dorms.
Guacamolos were also popular in Mexico.
In 2002, the Mexican government banned guac, and since then it’s been illegal in many places.
However, guacampos still exist in Mexico, and they’re often served as a substitute for drinking water.
Guachamos are made with crushed guacanas and the juice is poured into the bottom of a blender, and then the juice mixture is mixed with a lime wedge.
This mixture is then blended until the juice has a creamy consistency, and it’s ready to use.
The guacadellos of El Salvador are one of the most popular.
The most popular of them are the guacamelos, which are filled with a variety of fruits, and a dollop of sugar.
These are served in large bowls and can be enjoyed warm or cold.
There are also some other types of guacales that are filled mostly with sugar and fruit, and sometimes with guava leaves, as well.
These types of beverages are sold as “puerco” (small), or “fiesta” (large), and they usually come in different flavors.
The larger guacades are usually served in a glass or a glass filled with soda water.
The smaller guacados are typically filled with the juice and then topped with guacamejo (fruit).
They are generally sold in smaller bowls.