Esperanto cultural foods
Does anyone here know if the Esperanto culture has any cultural food? And if so, what recipes would you recommend?
Mi ne klarigos. La sola afero pli malbona ol malbona sxerco estas malbona sxerco klarigata.
I'm sorry, what do you mean by that? I am not that good at understanding Esperanto yet, and when I ran that through Google Translate, it didn't make much sense.
Esper-ant-o, the name of the language, means as a word litterally "someone who hopes". From that, I derived the conclusion, that the principle of hope carries right through to the cuisine department. Honestly, I don´t know if there are particular Eo-culture favourites. But I was about to suggest Suxrstroxmming-o.
btw, the "x"is not a regular letter but to make up for a mark on the top of the letter it follows. Possibly better cut them out when running text through google translate. For Esperanto, the "traduku" translator works better I believe.
Dankon :) pro cxi tiu klarigo! I've seen the "x" written in other comments in this forum and elsewhere and had always been wondering about it's purpose.
For whatever reason, a high percentage of Esperantists are vegan or vegetarian. This isn't quite what you're asking for, but here's an Esperanto veg*n recipe community (a project of E@I, the same group that is responsible for lernu): https://apetito.ikso.net/
It's in Esperanto, but if you can't read Esperanto very well yet, you can get the gist from the Google Translate version: https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=https%3A%2F%2Fapetito.ikso.net%2F