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    See, when I go to a Mexican restaurant, I want to see Mexicans in there. That’s how I know the food’s good.

    And the older the better. Because old people know what they like and you know the dude has probably been eating there everyday for like 50 years, it’s that good.

    At least that’s the advice I’d give to people looking for good food from my culture: look for a bunch of old guys who look like they have been eating there so long the seat they’re in has been broken into the shape of their ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonRouge View Post
    See, when I go to a Mexican restaurant, I want to see Mexicans in there. That’s how I know the food’s good.

    And the older the better. Because old people know what they like and you know the dude has probably been eating there everyday for like 50 years, it’s that good.

    At least that’s the advice I’d give to people looking for good food from my culture: look for a bunch of old guys who look like they have been eating there so long the seat they’re in has been broken into the shape of their ass.
    And the sign out front does not say “authentic” because authentic mexican food never had flour tortillas or lard until the spanish hit the beach. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daven View Post
    People here seem to be also obsessed with avocados. Only Hispanics would eat them every day but now even gringos do that. Back in the day it wasn't like that.

    Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is another Mexican celebration Americans are adopting.
    I dont understand the obsession with avocados, im not even a huge fan
    Whites in California have always liked avocados for as long as I can remember, probably due to the high Hispanic population here and how they tend to be more culturally Hispanic

    the ones who I rarely ever saw liking/eating avocados were African Americans
    I guess its because they lack the avocado in their cuisine but at the same time, white americans also lack it

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    Avocados are mad orgasmic. Just like chocolate, bacon and tostones. I take my time when I eat them, closing my eyes and everything. One of the most enjoyable activities in life indeed.

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    Avocados are good for you. A source of fat that has fewer health risks than other sources of fat (animal fat, vegetable oils, etc.).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daven View Post
    Avocados are mad orgasmic. Just like chocolate, bacon and tostones. I take my time when I eat them, closing my eyes and everything. One of the most enjoyable activities in life indeed.
    I only enjoy it on certain dishes but I wouldn't be able to eat it by itself like that
    This would be me

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    We always ate avacados- in salads, on sandwiches, on tacos, everywhere. I remember a neighbor thought we were weird eating tortillas for breakfast. We ate those all three meals too. We also had beans a lot but my mother made bread with those a lot of times. She was white, my father was latino. A lot of my mother’s cooking was learned from my tias and grandmother. We also would get home grown oranges from my grandfathers trees.

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