24 August 2007

Get a village of women to chew the corn and spit it out

And you can make chicha, a traditional Peruvian alcohol. The saliva of the village women ferments the sugars in the corn. I don't think you can buy it in stores since it requires such a unique, dare I say unsanitary, production process. But it's available from people's homes. I met a Canadian woman who tried it but didn't know how it was made. We told her.

I added a poll to see how many of you think I should drink it. This is a test of friendship.