An ancient cassava by-product that has been made by the indigenous people of the Amazon for many centuries. The tucupi juice is obtained after the starch is separated from its liquid. Tucupi is then cooked for several hours to remove its poisonous content and then seasoned with garlic, salt and Amazon herbs. Commonly used in soups, stocks and stews. Still unavailable in Australia.
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