Bolivia might have little access to material goods, but its close relationship to the land creates a strong relationship with food. Bolivia celebrates life with food and dancing. You should definitely try the local food. You will be spoilt for choice in Bolivia as food in Bolivia has many styles together with thousands of fantastic places to eat in all the key urban centers and towns.
Did you know that Bolivia are hundreds of different types of potatoes in Bolivia. Every dish you order will come with a side of potatoes. You can also try the fresh produce from the local markets. The exotic fruits available here should definitely be tried. The markets are the best place to go for fresh and cheap fruits. In all food markets you will encounter awesome fruit salads, fresh smoothies, and other healthy drinks. Chirimoya and Pacay that looks like a giant pod is a great discovery in these markets. Two popular snacks are saltenas and empanadas. Both are pastry shells filled with vegetables, eggs, potatoes, raisins and/or olives, which may be enhanced with sundry spices. Although these snacks are generally available throughout the day, halfway the morning is a popular time for them, since the Bolivians eat a light breakfast with only coffee and some biscuits.
For a real treat, try a llama steak and also the Andean super food Quinoa. Quinoa, an energy rich maize is a psuedo grain and United Nations General Assembly has d 2013 as the "International Year of Quinoa" in recognition of ancestral practices of the Andean people, who have preserved quinoa as food for present and future generations, through knowledge and practices of living in harmony with nature.
Pique Macho originates from Cochabamba, where it is served spicier than elsewhere. It is an excellent dish with small pieces of tender meat, fried potatoes, vegetables, pieces of frankfurter and boiled eggs. Vegetarians should definitely taste Humitas which is fresh corn with cheese wr