42 – Superfoods – Diálogos en inglés


In this episode …

  • A cool website for SPEAKING.
  • We explain what a superfood is.
  • We talk about our personal diets and eating habits.
  • We discuss the health benefits of certain foods.
  • We tell you about some foods you can eat to become healthier.
  • We give you some ideas for how to use these foods in healthy dishes.
  • We tell you some funny stories.
  • We talk about a video series idea.

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11 thoughts on “42 – Superfoods – Diálogos en inglés

  1. Hello from Mexico 🇲🇽🇲🇽!!
    I love porridge too, and here we prepare it a little bit different: we add some cinnamon sticks and raisins to the boiling water/milk. It tastes delicious 😋
    You should make a video cooking some desserts (maybe scones?) hahahaha
    Thanks for your classes 🤓 Amigos Ingleses

    • Hello Marian! That sounds delicious! I just woke up and I’m starving! We’ll have your recipe for breakfast then 🙂
      Thank you so much for your comment! All the best!

  2. Hello!! I`d like to reccomend some tipical infusion of Argentina. We called “mate”, and it´s very useful for constipated people!!

    • Hello Katarzyna! Where are you from? We would love to do that! We already thought about it! It’s a lot of work, but I think one day there’ll be “Spanish friends” 🙂

  3. hola! hay alguna manera de conseguir las transcripciones de los podcasts? me encantaría escucharlos y leer el diálogo al mismo tiempo


  4. Hi!! I love hear you. I’m learning English and your podscasts are very usefull and very interesting.
    I agree to eat the superfood and I’m also learning to eat more healthy for this I have take notes.
    Thank you a lot!

  5. hola !! tiene razón philip “sweet potato” en Perú (south america) es camote pero en otros países como argentina es “batata”

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