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Chamorro Fina'denne'
...Guam's dipping sauce for everything!

FINA'DENNE'

Fina'denne', pronounced fina-deknee, is translated as "of pepper." Traditional fina'denne' is made with soy sauce and lemon or soy sauce and vinegar. For seafood, many islanders prefer lemon and water fina'denne' or vinegar and water fina'denne'. Yellow onions is a must while green onions and tomatoes are delicious options. 

 

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