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Chilean gastronomy before Chile: from the Pleistocene of Chinchihuapi stream to the current tables in the world

@inproceedings{Arratia2016ChileanGB,
  title={Chilean gastronomy before Chile: from the Pleistocene of Chinchihuapi stream to the current tables in the world},
  author={Lucio Ca{\~n}ete Arratia and A. Arce and Jorge Zavalla V{\'a}squez and Felipe Guevara Pezoa},
  year={2016}
}
  • Lucio Cañete Arratia, A. Arce, +1 author Felipe Guevara Pezoa
  • Published 2016
  • Geography
  • The territory we now know as Chile began to be inhabited more than 15,000 years ago and scientific evidence shows that these first settlers unfurled a unique cuisine based on some animal and plant inputs that still exist in the diversity of this "Crazy Geography". However, food products from Late Pleistocene as such have been lost in the shadows of time and thus it has disappeared an important part of the cultural richness of the "first Chileans." Fortunately, paleontology with the support of… CONTINUE READING

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