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Bahian Cuisine

The great contribution of black slaves to Bahian cuisine is palm oil and pepper -chili pepper and Ataré pepper– brought by Africans.


Both the country’s native Indians and the black Africans who came as slaves consumed peppers in abundance. The former ate them dry or crushed with manioc flour (quya). With the arrival of the African slaves to Northeast Brazil.