Santa Cruz has the largest population of guanacos in the world for a few years. Registered by Wildlife of the Provincial Agrarian Council, today they are estimated approximately 3,000,000.
Some years ago, within a sustainable management regulation of guanaco began to be sheared and consumed as a protein.
Many chefs of El Calafate began to investigate and try the different ways of cooking, ancestral the Tehuelche people fed and lived around the herds of guanacos, some knowledge were transmitted orally for generations.
The guanaco is not a hunting animal in Santa Cruz, it is closed and at controlled times of the year, it is a certified meat refrigerator, rich, healthy, free of cholesterol and saturated fats, subtle and noble for its adaptability to infinite recipes.