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Dirty Pages⎪Salteñas ⎪Perú Bolivia

When she was 15, during a particularly dangerous time in Bolivia, she, her mother, and her twin brother went to Peru to live in Andahuaylas, leaving her grandfather, Nivaldo Paz Arze, behind. But Loraine’s mother, Magda, couldn’t find a job. So, she and her children started their own business selling salteñas. Like empanadas, salteñas are a handheld item made up of flaky dough and a filling—but the dough for salteñas is very sturdy and the filling is juicy.

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