T’anta Wawa

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Wonderful article. I wonder if this lovely bread is consumed nowadays on Argentina, cause it’s the first time I have heard of it. My mom is from the northern part of the country, which have historically had contact and invasions coming from the Incan empire, for example. I was born in a more temperate region. I explained my origins cause most of the traditional foods like locro are pan-american foods shared by many south American cultures. But more and more I think, we’re loosing touch with our traditions.