Unseen SUPERFOOD in Amazon Jungle – Real Way to Eat AÇAÍ (You’ll Be Surprised) in Belém, Brazil!

Unseen SUPERFOOD in Amazon Jungle - Real Way to Eat AÇAÍ (You’ll Be Surprised) in Belém, Brazil!
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BELÉM, BRAZIL – The state of Pará in the northern part of Brazil, still located in the Amazon jungle, is one of the most gorgeous and food rich states of Brazil. Along with massive river fish, one of the main foods grown in and around Belem is açaí (acai), the small berries from the acai palm tree. #Brazil #AmazonRainforest #acai

Before going across the river to a harvest açaí (acai) and for a full Amazon jungle food meal, we stopped at the Belem market and bought a chunk of fihote, a type of Amazon catfish.

We met up with our friends, and took the boat to Cumbu island, to meet with relatives of Lana, who arranged for us to have an entire açaí (acai) food experiences.

When you think about açaí (acai), unless you’re from Belem, you probably think about a sweet fruit bowl covered with fruits, and possibly some granola mixed in. That’s all I knew about acai before coming to Belem. But in the state of Para, acai is eaten totally different. The berries are ground into a paste, and eaten as a main dish with a full meal – typically with fried fish.

One of the reasons why açaí (acai) is eaten this way only in the northern Amazon rainforest is because açaí (acai) really doesn’t travel or export fresh. It spoils so fast, within hours of being ground. So typically they sweeten it and make it into a sorbet to get around the world – which is why it’s then prepared into a sweet fruity açaí (acai) bowl. That’s not bad at all, just totally different from how they eat it in the Amazon.

Along with an outstanding acai feast, we also had maniçoba, another staple of Para food – cassava leaves cooked for 7 days to take out the poison and cooked with a variety of pig parts. It’s a wonderful dish.

It was an amazing learning experience, and I’ll never think of açaí (acai) the same again.

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45 Comments

  1. So that's what the super akaii berries look like – first time I'm seeing it. To your health, you always find great hosts in every country you visit. Thank you Mark, and to the Brazillian family.

  2. Great video and nice people as always Mark… I must say that girl with the short jeans and black bra is an absolute beauty!

  3. Já fui em Belém e não pude ir no mercado porque foi só 1 dia e bem rápido. Mas ainda vou comer a comida do mercado, se Deus quiser.

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