P is for… Potatoes

On our way to Pampa Aullagas today we stopped at a town called Huari. Apart from being famous for making the well-known Bolivian beer Huari, this town has some charm! We stopped by the market to get some coffee, tea, breakfast… It was fun to wander around the market and see the produce they had for sale. Did you know at least 30 to 40 different varieties of potatoes are widely grown in Bolivia?
Here are some pictures the potatoes we saw! How would you cook them??


About Siembra Orgánica

This is a blog about the venture launch of an organic fertilizer business to help organic quinoa farmers in Bolivia created by three Colorado State University MBA Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise students. We will post updates on our travels and research in Bolivia this summer and our adventures in bringing this idea into reality. We are passionate about helping rural Bolivian organic farmers and believe that helping provide essential agricultural inputs will change their lives for the better.
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One Response to P is for… Potatoes

  1. sigrid says:

    How would you cook them?

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