Paulista Avenue receives barbecue and samba on the sidewalk
On Saturday (9), from 16h, the 29th edition of Paulista with Farofa takes place on Avenida Paulista. The event will pay homage to Mother's Day and will be served skewers in the flavors of meat, chicken or sausage for R $ 20 five units.
To involve the participants, the Paulista with Farofa developed a promotion on Instagram. Whoever posts a photo with your mother and uses the hashtag # mamaefarofa automatically wins 1 skewer on the day of the event.
And to further liven up the barbecue, the Paulista band with Farofa arms their traditional samba wheel playing great hits from the samba de root, pagoda of the 1990s and own compositions.
Set the barbecue to your diet
Who does not like a barbecue at the end of the week? However, the meal contains many caloric traps for those who are dieting - but with proper care it is possible to enjoy a tasty meal, rich in various nutrients and, best, with few fats! Check out what nutritionists advise and invest in the barbecue friend of your diet:
- Choose lean meats: chicken and fish are healthier options when it comes to barbecue. Prefire skinless chicken, since it accumulates a lot of calories
- Escape from sausages: foods such as sausage should be avoided as they are rich in preservatives, sodium and fat, which cause fluid retention and weight gain
- Warning to carbohydrates: it's no use killing yourself in the salad and then eating a lot of French bread with farofa or mayonnaise - they are simple carbohydrate sources and do not contribute significantly to the diet.
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