Chicha is nasty. It is made by peasant women who chew up corn which they spit into a vat where it is left to ferment.
are you saying it would be fine to drink the fermented spit of a wealthy woman?
posted on 07/30/2004 3:09:54 PM PDT
That is true.
While driving from Cochabamba to the Champari Bene,
I saw small flags flying from cane poles.
I asked my driver if that showed they had fish bait.
HE said "no, it is chicha.
They also cover the crocks with cheese cloth, this
keeps out most of the flies and other vermin.
posted on 07/30/2004 3:21:28 PM PDT
(Liberals are like catfish ( all mouth and no brains )(bottom feeders))
"Chicha is nasty. It is made by peasant women who chew up corn which they spit into a vat where it is left to ferment."
If that was the light lager version, a dark stout must have required some choice hockers to make. :-)
posted on 07/30/2004 3:40:48 PM PDT
some versions of it may involve spit... the one here in Chile is made from grapes in big vats, no spit involved ;)
however, as you say, spit or no spit, it is still quite nasty. very easy to get drunk on and the hangover is wicked, the worse i've ever experienced...
posted on 07/30/2004 5:09:43 PM PDT
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