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produtos a base de mandios (venda) Farinha de Mandioca

Brazil in April

Kookier boy eating beiju ( unleavened manioc bread) at Toca da Raposa, Sao Paolo, Brazil.

V Prêmio Zumbi de Cultura em BH celebra a Consciência Negra

The diagonal composition is a little different. The highlights on her face really stand out and give her skin a soft complexion

Marubo Indian Child. One of many indigenous tribes found in the heart of the Amazon.

☀ Puerto Rico ☀The taino history The Taínos were farmers and fishers, and practiced intensive root crop cultivation in conucos, or small raised plots. Manioc was the principal crop, but potatoes, beans, peanuts, peppers and other plants were also grown. Farming was supplemented with the abundant fish and shellfish animal resources of the region. Cotton was grown and spun into cloth, and along with the many other items produced by the skilled Taíno craftspeople, was used in a widespread…

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Kpelle women preparing food, Liberia. The Kpelle survive mostly on their staple crop of rice.

Africa | Congolese Woman pounds manioc (cassava) leaves in preparation of a cooking a meal for the family.

Cassava flour, Pernambuco, Brazil by Flávio Eiró via Flickr

Women prepare fufu with yellow cassava in Oyo State (Photo by: Y. Islam/HarvestPlus)