Machu Picchu

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 Quinoa (Quechua: "KINWA") is an ancient and sacred Andean cereal has inspired us to create our exclusive restaurant novoandean and fusion food. Quinoa is grown in the Andean lands for about 5000 years. Like the potatoe, was one of the main foods of the Andean pre-Inca and Inca time. It grows from sea level in Peru and up to 4000 meters in the Andes, but its most common height from 2500 m Today, Peru and Bolivia are the largest producers of this Andean grain that is similar to rice in colonial times, wich the Spaniards called it "American rice" or "wheat of the Incas". The Peru possesses a genetic diversity of both wild and cultivated quinoa, one of the largest producers and exporters.
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