Spanish (Latin America) Food

This is a list of food in Spanish (Latin America). This can be very useful when going to the supermarket to buy groceries or simply when asking for breakfast.

Milk: leche
Butter: mantequilla
Cheese: queso
Bread: pan
Meal: Alimento
Breakfast: desayuno
Lunch: Comida
Dinner: cena
Salad: ensalada
Sugar: azúcar
Salt: sal
Orange juice: jugo de naranja
Soda: refresco
Coffee: café
Fish: pescado
Meat: carne
Chicken: pollo
Pizza: pizza
Eggs: huevos
Sandwich: emparedado
Ice cream: helado
Water: agua
Food: comida

These samples show how food items can be incorporated into a sentence in Spanish (Latin America). You will also be able to express your feelings of hunger or thirst.

I'm hungry: tengo hambre
Are you thirsty?: ¿Tienes sed?
Do you have a bottle of water?: ¿Tienes una botella de agua?
Breakfast is ready: el desayuno está listo
What kind of food do you like?: ¿Qué tipo de comida de gusta?
I like cheese: me gusta el queso

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