Yesterday was the world day of arepa, a food consisting of a round mass made from corn. Currently, it is being discussed whether it originated in Colombia or Venezuela, since there is archaeological evidence that corn-based foods were consumed 3000 years ago in the territory that these two Caribbean countries comprise today, before the spanish colonization. The truth is that in Venezuela it is considered a symbol of national identity throughout the territory, the most common preparation being the roasted arepa in a budare, which is a round plate, and later it is opened in half and fillers are added that vary from meat, chicken, eggs, cheese, avocado, black beans, bananas, ham, sausages, pork, etc. Each arepa preparation have its own name
 

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