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This cave-like oven, called a tatakua (‘tata’ is ‘fire’ and ‘kua’ is ‘hole’ in guarani), is used to cooked Paraguayan breads like chipa and sopa. A hot fire is made and left to burn until the oven is very hot, then the coals are removed and the breads baked with the residual heat.

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