Incaparina


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Incaparina

(ɪnˌkæpəˈriːnə)
n
(Cookery) a cheap high-protein food made of cottonseed, sorghum flours, maize, yeast, etc, used, esp in Latin America, to prevent protein-deficiency diseases
[C20: from Institute of Nutrition in Central America and Panama + (f)arina]
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Its leading brand Incaparina, which is made from corn and soy, has a strong reputation of being very nutritious.