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Māori bread, commonly called Rēwena, comes in a number of guises. For a start, the generic word for bread is parāoa. Then there’s Rēwena parāoa (Māori bread) made with a potato starter; parāoa takakau (damper bread – real takakau has no raising agent); parāoa parai (fried bread or scones); and parāoa kinikini (dumplings
Parāoa parai is being prepared in N12 at lunchtime on Thursday-.