Who’s at Fault for Cuba’s Economic Problems? 

HAVANA—Chef Alexis Alvarez was in panic mode. He was preparing a gourmet meal for visitors from the United States when the electricity went out. He mostly cooks with natural gas and charcoal, but those won’t power his blender full of organic kale.So Alvarez found a very Cuban solution: He slipped the blender into an old sack, walked over to the nearby hospital that had electricity, plugged in the blender, ran it for ten seconds, and then left. Presto: a healthy and tasty iced drink.

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