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Transcript of Venezuela
There are many countries in the world with their own ways of life, but none that can quite duplicate the rarity of Venezuela. From its exotic landscape and distinctive culture, this country has defined itself in so many ways.
Venezuela has shown to be a country of remarkable individuality as any would. Their unique culture and history has defined them as Vnezuelans and because of them, they have helped shape the world.
West of country
Center of country
South & East of country
Tropical, humid climate
Alfonso de Ojeda
3/4 cup milk, warm
2 tbs yeast
1/4 cup sugar
2 1/2 cups panela
3 cups flour
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp vanilla
1 tbs anise
2 eggs, beaten
7 tbs butter
8 oz queso blanco
2/3 cup water
In a bowl, combine 1/4 c of milk, 1/4 tsp sugar and stir. Let stand 5 min
Combine 1/4 c of sugar, 3 tbs panela, flour and salt with yeast. Mix on low and add milk, eggs, and vanilla while knead dough
Add half of softened butter and 1 tbs anise
Raise speed medium until shiny dough forms
Transfer dough to oiled bowl, cover it, and let rise for half hour
In separate bowl, combine queso blanco, 1/2 c panela, and 1 tsp cinnamon
On a floured surface, roll dough out into rectangle with 1/8 inch thickness
Brush dough with 3 tbs butter and top with queso blanco mixture
Roll into log and cut into 1 in rolls. Allow to rise
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and bake until warm and bubbly
2 c arepa flour
2 tsp kosher salt
2 tbs vegetable oil
Combine arepa flour and salt in medium bowl and add 2 1/2 c of warm water
Use a wooden spoon and stir until no clumps remain.
Let rest 5 min
Knead dough a few times in bowl, then divide into 8 pieces. Flatten on surface until 1 in thick
Heat 1 tbs of oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add arepas and cook until golden brown
Let cool and serve
What is the capitol of Venezuela?
Who is the President of Venezuela?
A. Hugo Chavez
B. Nicolas Maduro
C. Barack Obama
In what region are oil wells most found?
B. Maracaibo Lowlands
C. Venezuelan Highlands
What part of South America is Venezuela found in?
What is the national dish?
Who is the currency named after?
A. Simon Bolivar
B. Nicolas Maduro
C. Hugo Chavez
When is Venezuela's Independence Day?
A. June 5th
B. July 5th
C. July 4th
Ancient, large rock formations
African and Indian
2/3 mixed ancestry
Patron Saints' Day
One of Latin America's oldest democracies
La Isla Margarita
Flor de Mayo
What is Venezuela's national sport?
How tall is Pico Bolivar?
A. 1,000 meters
B. 889 meters
C. 979 meters
When was Venezuela's latest Constitution established?