Cheese bun

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Cheese buns or cheese breads may refer to a variety of small, baked, cheese-flavored rolls, a popular snack and breakfast food in Brazil, Colombia, Argentina and Paraguay. Cheese buns may be made with cassava or corn flour, or both, and cheese. In countries where the snack is popular, it is inexpensive and often sold from street vendors, in snack shops, and in grocery stores.

Cheese buns popular in South America[edit]

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