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Yuca, or cassava, is a brown tuberous root indigenous to South America. Along with its incredible versatility and many uses, it is also one of the largest sources of carbohydrates consumed throughout the world. The skin of a yuca is thick…Continue
Added by Erin McDowell on June 28, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Chipá is a type of cheese bread most commonly prepared in the northern provinces of Argentina and Paraguay. The word "chipá" comes from Guaraní, the language of an indigenous group of the same name based in this region. I found an excellent description of these tasty rolls on the food blog The Traveler's…Continue