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31 July 2015

Episode 198

28 minutes


Photo: Christian Haugen

We visit Uruguay to ask the country’s beef-loving population whether they would consider having some vegetables on their menus. We also hear about Rio’s craft-beer bike-delivery service and sample a new spirit called Lanique.

31 July 2015

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Chapter 1

The vegetarian alternative

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Two sisters are trying to make vegetables more popular in Uruguay, a country with the highest per capita beef consumption.

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Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

A Lanique sampling

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Despite its 200-year long history, the liqueur Lanique is mostly unknown. British entrepreneur Lawrence Huggler is determined to change that.

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Chapter 4

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Chapter 4

Rosie Birkett’s cooking tips

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British food writer Rosie Birkett has released her first cookbook, ‘A Lot on her Plate’. Hear her best food tips and how meeting so many international top chefs has changed the way she sees food.

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Chapter 5

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A little ‘pick-me-up’

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Beer 21 is a craft beer delivery service on bicycle wheels in Rio de Janeiro. Monocle’s correspondent witnesses how it’s changing the way the city’s residents enjoy their drinks.

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