- Dende Oil / Dendê Oil : Dende Oil is Portuguese for "Palm Oil", which is higly used in Brazilian and Portuguese cooking. As an example, three (3) of Bahia's food are made or cooked with Palm Oil: Vatapa, Acaraje and Caruru

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Dendê ■■■■■■■
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Acaraje ■■■■■
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