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Baleadas have no definite origin. It's rumored that they were invented by an old lady no one knows who used to sell them in a poor neighborhood, but today they're a street food favorite all over Honduras. Baleada recipes are most often composed of a flour tortilla filled with refried kidney beans, scrambled eggs, a hard crumbled cheese, sour cream, and sliced avocado. The saltiness of the cheese and sour cream combines well with the texture of the beans and scrambled eggs. It's a great late night food or on-the-go breakfast recipe.
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Salva Vida is a pretty straightforward American adjunct lager. There's definitely nothing fancy or complex about the smell or taste of this brew, but in a country where most live in poverty sometimes all you need is a cold beer after a hard day's work.