Caldo Verde which literally means "green soup" actually refers to Portugal's salty, green soup made from shredded kale, potatoes, linguica and olive oil. Caldo Verde is the the most popular of the long list of soups produced by the Portuguese. The list of ingredients required for Caldo Verde proves that this world-famous symbol of Portugal began as food of poor people, as it basically compiles the produce of an ordinary home garden. Caldo Verde has become the symbol of the Portuguese cooking worldwide, and a favorite speciality to consume at various festivities around the area of the former Portuguese empire.
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