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There’s much more to Canarian beer than Tropical and Dorada. Small microbreweries have popped up on all the islands, with Lanzarote no exception. Here’s some of Lanzarote’s craft beers.
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Here are some wild and wonderful products that you won't find back home, but which are available in almost every local supermarket on Lanzarote.
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Gofio is a toasted, milled meal of maize, wheat, barley or millet that was eaten by the original natives of the island before the conquest of the islands. Editor Shaun Addison describes the meal that converted him to the Canarian staple.
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Goat’s cheese is one of Lanzarote’s finest products. Editor Shaun Addison visited the Queseria El Faro near Teguise to find out more about how it's made.
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