Sourcing — Jambú
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Born in the heart of the Amazon, Manioca presents a line of products, in which the ingredients of the forest are the protagonists, combining preservation, research and the unmistakable taste of real food. Have you ever heard of the Black Tucupi (Tucupi Preto)? Or have you tasted anything with priprioca? It is not so easy to find exploratory chefs and home cooks who have tried these and other products that are part of the greatest biodiversity on the planet, the Amazon rainforest. The fact is that the region is still a great secret that is gradually being discovered and appreciated,...
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- Tags: Açaí, Amazon Pantry, Amazonian Gastronomy, Black Tucupi, Culinary tradition of the state of Pará, Cumari chili pepper, Cupuassu, Feijão de mantequinha de Santarém, Jambu, Jams, Little butter beans, Manioca Brasil, Paulo Martins, Priprioca, sustainable sourcing, Taperebá, Tucupi, Tucupi preto