The Canchalagua ceviche is a traditional dish of the Galapagos Islands. The canchalagua is a mollusk that measures approximately 5 centimeters, its shell appears between the rocks during the night, but can only be seen with the clarity that comes from the moonlight. To prepare this ceviche, the canchalagua is cleaned, a bit of lemon, tomato and onion are added and it is served with a portion of popcorn and chips. Its flavor and texture are difficult to explain, but if a person would have to do it, a description would be a mixture between an oyster and an octopus, although that is biologically impossible. Taste this delicious mollusk that you will not be able to taste anywhere else.
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