The Highland Valleys is one of the three (3) main geographical regions of Bolivia. The other two (2) are: the Altiplano, and the tropical lowlands.

The traditional dishes of the valley regions around Sucre, Cochabamba and Tarija shares many ingredients with the traditional cuisines of the Altiplano, but combines them with a wider range of fresh fruit and vegetables and tends to be spicier.

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