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See also carne seca, a Mexican dried meat.

Carne-seca ('dried meat' in Portuguese) is a kind of dried, salted meat, usually beef, in Brazilian cuisine.

Carne seca is a frequent accompaniment to black beans.[1]

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  1. ^ Richard Wilk and Livia Barbosa, Rice and Beans: A Unique Dish in a Hundred Places, p. 104