What are the Peruvians preparing the pollada dish for?

to celebrate the end of cocoa harvest
this is a traditional wedding dish
to honor the memory of the deceased
as an alternative for collecting funds
Pollada is a traditional food from Peru, and makes up one of the most well-known plates in Peruvian cuisine. It is a special food because it is prepared in exchange of receiving a profit to help a particular need. ... In Peru, pollada is made with music, dancing, and is bought by the famous pollada cards. It is believed that the first form of preparation of pollada was in the economic inflation periods of Peru, which forced Peruvians to live with overpriced foods.
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to celebrate the end of cocoa harvest
this is a traditional wedding dish
to honor the memory of the deceased
as an alternative for collecting funds
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