Oblehas Mystery Food of Lake Atitlan Guatemala


I am sure I spelled the name wrong, if someone knows what this is, please comment.

Gadget

Oblehas Mystery Food of Lake Atitlan Guatemala


WalkingStick

Possibly “Oblea”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oblea


Gadget

Hello, I believe this is correct, Oblea, maybe I should change the name in the YouTube video. I say a round tube food in the mercado yesterday, I am going to ask about that also. Understanding these foods is work, as the locals do not wish to help, and most people around truly do not care to know new stuff, but could talk an hour about coffee.


WalkingStick

While I am no expert, if they are saying it in Spanish and not in an indigiounous language and it is a Spanish word and not one borrowed from an indiginous dialect, it is usually spelled phonetically, just the exact way they say it! I. This case, he said it perfectly and enunciated it for you three times. Most kids that go to school are literate, if you handed him a pencil, I bet he would have written it out for you!


WalkingStick

Those tubular things are probably “churros” if they are deep fried dough with cinnamon and a variety of fillings.


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