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In recent years, the demand for açaí has skyrocketed across the globe due to its superfood status. However, it has been a staple of the Brazilian diet for centuries, as it was eaten by indigenous tribes as a source of energy and used in Amazonian cooking as a sauce to go with fish. The blackish-purple berries come from the açaí palm, which is native to Brazil.

One of the most traditional foods from Brazil, and still eaten all over the country, is açaí na tigela (açaí in the bowl), which is made from frozen and mashed açaí berries served as a smoothie in a bowl and topped with granola and banana, and then mixed with other fruits and guaraná syrup.

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