Permission to use photos

by Sloan

I am writing a paper and preparing a classroom presentation. Can I use some of the photos on your website for my project? Also I need to make a recipe to share with the whole school that shows off Bolivia. Do you have a favorite recipe that might work for sharing?


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May 03, 2011
permissions and some of our favorite recipes!
by: BoliviaBella

You have our permission to use our photos if it's for a school project, you don't print any photos for commercial purposes, and you credit the photos to

Our photos may not be uploaded or posted on any other website, book or any other type of publication as they are protected by copyright, even if a courtesy link back is provided.

Thank you so so much for taking the time to let us know. It means a lot to us when people ask for permission.

As to recipes, have you checked out all our Bolivian recipes yet? We've got tons.

I'm not sure how many people are in your class, but our BELLA NEWS newsletter editor Alison just put up an AMAZING recipe for quinoa chocolate cake. Quinoa is an Andean grain but it's extremely healthy and full of nutrients. It's being classified as one of the superfoods. Anyways, it's been used for thousands of years by the Andean peoples and now it's available in stores all over the US like Wholefoods, etc. I wasn't sure I'd like it, but she gave me 4 pieces and they didn't even last one day in my house. Extremely chocolaty!

Here's one of Kricket's favorite meals: Niños Envueltos

And if you're looking for something really easy but SUPER Bolivian (also easy to make a lot of and easy to transport to school) try Kricket's current favorite afternoon snack (which is usually served with tea or coffee) Masaco de Plátano. PLEASE YOU MUST MAKE THIS RECIPE WITH AN ADULT BECAUSE OF THE HOT OIL. DON'T MAKE IT ALONE.

Share our site with your schoolteachers for future projects!

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