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Cuy on a plate. Here’s looking at you, kid.

Guinea pigs have long been a traditional food in various indigenous cultures of Latin America — most notably in Colombia, Peru and Bolivia. In Ecuador, they’re often roasted with salt and served with potatoes and a sauce with a peanut base. One adventurous food vendor is taking “cuy,” as the animal is locally known, to a new, cold level: Guinea Pig Ice Cream.
Len would try it but it was a hard pass from the others.

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