9 signs you grew up Cuban-American, in honor of Cuban Independence Day

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The Sights and Sounds of Cuba
May 20th is Cuban Independence Day, the day in 1902 that Cuba gained independence from Spain.

To celebrate, we compiled a list of ten signs that prove you grew up Cuban-American.

1) Scrambled eggs and rice with platanos maduros

#cubanbreakfast #cortadito #vegasfightweek

A photo posted by Vick & Shelly (@vick_shelly) on

2) The Queen of Salsa, Celia Cruz

❤ #CeliaCruz #LaReina #CantanteCubana #MusicaCubana #Cuba #VivaCubaLibre #CubaLibre #20DeMayo #1902

A video posted by Boana (@boana_lamezcla1211) on

3) Pasta de guayaba with cream cheese served on saltine crackers

4) Versailles Cuban Restaurant in Miami

5) Merengue - the egg white and sugar cookie

6) Guayabera

7) Materva - yerba mate soda

Americana y Cubana. #materva #coke #cuban #american #newark #lacocina

A photo posted by La Cocina (@lacocina_newark) on

8) Cuban Time

#cubansbelike #cubantime

A photo posted by @werenotyellingwerecuban on

9) Mojito

Cheers @havanaclubuk for the #mojito masterclass today, really enjoyed it!! #leeds #havanaclub #rum #cocktail

A photo posted by Diane (@ataleoftwosittings) on

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9 signs you grew up Cuban-American, in honor of Cuban Independence Day

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