*Mojito here means sauce. According to Wikipedia, it's a sauce without oregano...

"In Cuban cooking, mojo applies to any sauce that is made with garlic, olive oil or pork lard, and a citrus juice, traditionally bitter orange juice. It is commonly used to flavor the cassava tuber and is also used to marinate roast pork. Without oregano, the sauce is typically called 'mojito' and used for dipping plantain chips and fried cassava (yuca). To create the marinade for pork, the ingredients are bitter orange juice, garlic, oregano, cumin, and salt."

Game Instructions

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Thanks and Acknowledgements

Thanks to Marlen Infante Ricardo for sharing this rhyme with us. Translated by Lisa with Monique.

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