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Other names: chipil, crotalaria longirostrata, chipilin

An important ingredient in Oaxacan cooking chepil or chepilin is a legume with tiny leaves that are used in the traditional tamales de chepil. Both the leaves and flowers are used to flavor rice and salads
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