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T´anta Wawa or Baby Bread; a Andean tradition

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T´anta Wawa or Baby Bread; a  Andean tradition
T´anta Wawa is a Quechua term for Baby Bread. It is a sweet roll used as an offering to those who have already passed away. It is a typical Andean tradition which is mostly made around All Souls' Day.
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