specialty foods, are they available there?

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    Are there things like Miso, Tempeh and wheat free breads there, soy milk and that kind of stuff? Are Organic fruits and veggies really alot more there…even very available.?thanks…


    I also eat some of these foods and yes in San Jose/Escazu no problem at all. There are some vegetarian restaurants and natural food stores. I believe that the Mas x Menos in Jaco has tofu, veggie dogs and burgers and some other items of this sort.That said I think most of there food products are much more “natural” than what we have here in the states. Fish fresh caught, small farms that sell there produce at farmer markets etc…I was a hardcore vegetarian for 23 years and recently have loosened up on my strict dietary rules and really enjoy eating the fresh fish available in C.R. and all the other local fruits and veggies. The casados are especialy good with fish, rice and beans, salad and sometimes an egg and at a cost of about $1.50 or $2.00.

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