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    Pipicha - Other names: Pepicha, porophyllum tagetoides A slender, aromatic herb from Oaxaca, Mexico that looks similar to tarragon. The herb is used in salasa and cooked with some vegetables and beans. Look for Pipicha in Mexican markets and some farmer's markets.

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