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Or simply Bahia is what the women who produce and sell acarajé and other delicacies of our cuisine are called. The acarajé is a cookie of the Afro-Brazilian cuisine, made of grilled bean paste and ground dry shrimp, fried in palm oil; accompanies pepper, dry shrimp, vatapá and caruru.


It is an Afro-Brazilian religion, which is based on the worship of the Orixás (the gods of Candomblé). Religion is based on the elements of nature. To the sound of the drums, the faithful dance and sing, until the spirits manifest and incorporate in the initiated people.