Kamy is one of the typical dishes from Belarus which refers to puree of beans or beans puree. Kamy can also be prepared using of peas which are pureed also (just like the beans) with melted lard. Brazil, Japan, Haiti, Arabia, France, Mexico and some other countries also have dishes using pureed beans which is usually served as an appetizer, side dish or made into a soup.

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