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Brazilian cuisine is characterized as being one of the most varied and tasty in Latin America. Many of the ingredients and dishes have strong influences of indigenous, European and African cuisine. European influences that most have left their mark in the country are Italian and German, who introduced new ingredients and preparation methods.
In general, the Brazilian gastronomy is characterized for being rich in meats, as it is the case in other countries of Latin America, as well as vegetables, such as vibrant pumpkin. As for fish, the most commonly eaten is shrimp.