Dining Culture in Brazil

The Brazil Business shares a fun article about the dining culture that exists in Brazil.  Make sure you also click on previous articles linked in this piece – so you can learn more about the Brazilian eating culture.

The article begins by stating, “Brazilians are people who enjoy eating and like doing it a lot, even with only three meals. Here you will discover more about the Brazilian dinner habits, such as tips on how to behave, culture curiosities and the most searched destinations to eat.”

Lunch time is a sacred time for Brazilians and they may think you are kidding if you say that you usually just have a cold sandwich for lunch. A few hours after a light breakfast early in the morning – usually french bread and some coffee – people stream out of buildings ready to tuck into a large hot meal together with their coworkers.”

To read the entire article, click here.
Occasio team








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