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"You need to eat this with your hands," she says, tearing off a leg.

The guinea pig is a cuddly pet for millions of children in the United States. In Peru, the rodent's birthplace, it remains a vital source of protein in rural communities, a mainstay of Andean folk medicine and a religious sacrifice to the gods.

For more than 25 years, Chauca and her team of researchers at the National Institute of Agrarian Investigation have worked to breed faster growing, plumper, tastier guinea pigs. Peruvians eat 65 million guinea pigs each year, she says.

Ever since the French mania of the 60s took Peru by storm, their cuisine has changed the way guinea pigs are eaten. No more the traditional pig-on-a-spit, Chauca says, but instead a delicate sautee.

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