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===Beef===
 
===Beef===
 
The black Camargue cattle (''raço de biou'') is a purely local breed, that is kept in semi-wild condition, and allowed to roam freely in the marshlands. It is mainly bred for bullfighting, but its meat is also very popular and has its own Appelation d'Origine Contrôlée. You will find it on the menu as ''taureau de Camargue''.
 
The black Camargue cattle (''raço de biou'') is a purely local breed, that is kept in semi-wild condition, and allowed to roam freely in the marshlands. It is mainly bred for bullfighting, but its meat is also very popular and has its own Appelation d'Origine Contrôlée. You will find it on the menu as ''taureau de Camargue''.
===''Tellines''===
 
''Tellines'' are small shellfish similar to clams, that are traditionally collected on the seaside near Saintes-Marie-de-la-Mer and Le Grau-du-Roi. You will see them sold in many restaurants at the seaside, but chances are that they are mostly imported, since production figures are low and fishery is strictly regulated.
 
 
=== Local dishes===
 
=== Local dishes===
 
There is a lot of local food to be sampled in the Camargue, although much of the local cuisine on offer is more general Provençal and can be found in neighbouring regions as well. Some typical dishes include:
 
There is a lot of local food to be sampled in the Camargue, although much of the local cuisine on offer is more general Provençal and can be found in neighbouring regions as well. Some typical dishes include:

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