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  • Bananas from the Canary Islands.

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    …(Canary Islands) Introduced from Asia, the Canary Island Banana became acclimated to the islands in this archipelago during the 15th and 16th centuries. It comes from the large plantain tree, which produces bunches of fr…

  • Mojo.

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    …(Canary Islands) Mojo is a sauce that accompanies a variety of Canary Island dishes and was probably introduced to the Islands by Portuguese travellers and immigrants. There are basically two types of Mojo: 'Picón' and G…

  • Yam.

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    …(Canary Islands) In the Canary Islands this plant, with the scientific name Colocasia Esculenta, whose fruit is a tuber similar to the potato, is known as "ñame". It is a product of North African origin which arrived in …

  • Flor de Guía Cheese.

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    …(Canary Islands) Flor de Guía Cheese is produced in the Guía and Gáldar Heights, in the north-western part of the island of Gran Canaria. It is pale yellow in colour and is made with a mixture of cow's and sheep's milk. …

  • La Palma Cheese.

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    …La Palma. (Canary Islands) La Palma cheese, also called Palmero, is a pressed paste cheese, made from raw whole milk from the native Palmera goat breed. It is cylindrical and has a smooth surface. Pieces weigh between 75…

  • "Bienmesabe".

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    …(Canary Islands) The so-called "Bienmesabe" is a syrup of ground almonds dating from the time of the conquest of the Canary Islands. In colour and appearance it is very similar to honey, with a very dense consistency. Am…

  • Papas.

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    …(Canary Islands) Originally from Peru, the Papa (type of potato) was brought to the Canary Islands by the Spaniards in the 16th century and from there it spread throughout the rest of the European continent. It is a smal…

  • Majorero cheese.

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    …(Canary Islands) The special climatic characteristics of the island of Fuerteventura have made possible the development of a native breed of goat, the Majorera goat, with whose milk the farmers of the area have made this…


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