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Many Chilean families, like mine, eat "once" rather than dinner. This translates literally to "11" but in reality is a small meal similar to an English tea, served around 7 or 8 in the evening. 
Pictured: pastry, fruit salad, hot chocolate (although usually we have tea), egg sandwich.

Many Chilean families, like mine, eat “once” rather than dinner. This translates literally to “11” but in reality is a small meal similar to an English tea, served around 7 or 8 in the evening.
Pictured: pastry, fruit salad, hot chocolate (although usually we have tea), egg sandwich.

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