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- See also carne-seca, a Brazilian dried meat.
In northern Mexican cuisine, particularly the states of Chihuahua and Sonora, carne seca is cooked in a dish called machaca, which includes tomatoes, onions, chile verde, and eggs. Sometimes potatoes are included or used in lieu of eggs.
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