By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – It’s hard to go for a walk anywhere in Rio without seeing at least one street food vendor. And as many tourists will know, if you're strolling along Copacabana beach, there seems to be one every couple of steps. So here is a handy culinary guide to the best street food that Rio’s vendors have to offer.

‘Pipoca’ (Popcorn)
Possibly the most surprising street food in Rio is pipoca. While nearly everyone who has attended the cinema can vouch for popcorn’s moreish qualities, the type . . .

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