When we were debating which snacks to bring to the beach a few weeks ago, my husband suggested "tremoço". And I said "huh"? And all our friends, including the Brazilian ones, said "huh?" Tremoço, it turns out, is pickled lupin beans and once upon a time were popular snacks in bars, particularly those with a Portuguese background.
Personally I found the little snacks not so interesting. Seemed like you could pickle a garbanzo bean and get something more tasty. And after I read up on it in wikipedia, I think I might skip them in the future. If not prepared correctly, they can cause poisoning. Seriously: look here. Cashew nut, anyone?
|Tremoço (photo: Wikipedia)|
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