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Guinea pig ice cream – hit at Ecuadorian grocery store



And we thought that mustard ice cream was a stretch.

It turns out that the ice cream supplier in Ecuador is seeing the demand for its new ̵

1; and perhaps most surprising –

guinea pig meat.

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Guinea pig meat, commonly known in Ecuador as the savory dish of the Americas, in other countries, and in other countries grilled and served whole, per NPR.

But Maria del Carmen Pilapagna, who runs a small stable near the capital Quito, has come across a completely new preparation – and it's a hit, she tells The Associated Press.

  Guinea pig meat, known as "cuy" in Ecuador, is often eaten as a spicy dish in parts of South America.

Guinea pig meat, known as "cuy" in Ecuador, is in most cases eaten as a savory dish in parts of the Southern A merica.
(AP Photo / Dolores Ochoa)

"My family and my husband thought I was crazy," Pilapagna said. "They didn't think anyone liked these ice creams, but now they are our main product."

Pilapanya makes ice cream by preparing the guinea pig meat and making pate before mixing it with milk or cream, freezing it and serving it the way it does with other flavors.

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– there is ice cream with aroma of beetles and mushrooms as well as traditional scents. She plans to experiment with other meat – and even crab – in the future.

  Guinea pig ice cream is made by cooking guinea pig meat and making pate before mixing it with milk or cream.

Guinea pig pork ice cream is made by boiling the guinea pig meat and cooking the pate before mixing it with milk or cream.
(AP Photo / Dolores Ochoa)

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At the moment, Pilapanya has no reason to believe that they will not become popular either, at least because from the reaction of her customers.

"I was suspicious, but it was delicious," said one about the aroma of a guinea pig.

The associate press contributed to this report.


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