Baiana Brazilian Acaraje Vendors Sell in Salvador Bahia Brazil - Stock Image

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Salvador, Brazil - March 27, 2003: Acaraje vendors stand over pots and pans at an outdoor stand. Famous as a street snack in Bahia, the dish has African origins, made with peas and dende palm oil, and is frequently sold by large women in white dresses, often referred to as Baianas.
Brazilian Baiana acaraje vendors in traditional dress work at an outdoor stand in Salvador Brazil







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