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In exchange, some were willing to spend two hours a day cultivating corn, manioc, sugar cane, and rice on state-owned fields.
The natives make delicious, spicy sauces, and you break off pieces of the manioc and dip it into the sauces.
Stir the stock and manioc meal into the pan with the onions and shrimp.
BRAZIL have set off for the World Cup in a plane laden with black beans and manioc flour.
The market is the place to find horse saddles and bridles, donkey packs, and lassos (distinct styles between Mexico and Argentina); colorful textiles and rugs; Panama hats; llama wool and fat; coca leaves; six-foot pans to dry grated manioc over the fire; and fish as tall--once hung from their mouths--as the small men who fished them.
With what little they earn, they will return to the countryside to plant corn, manioc and sweet potatoes.
La fin des interdits est marquee par un rite de purification qui consiste a frotter le corps, les pieds et les aisselles de la femme avec du manioc rape.
Clara Tabaki Brandao, a doctor from Brazil, introduced multimistura -- her invention of wild weeds, plants and manioc leaves -- which contains all the vitamins and minerals needed for human health and successfully counters malnutrition in children.
Bahian dishes are distinguished by a strong African influence on their combination of European and native ingredients--chilies, coconut, palm oil, manioc root (in farofa).
Contractor address : 24 rue des Fourmis Manioc, ZI Collery 5
The Waorani are rainforest manioc horticulturalists and foragers, known for warfare and murder.
Also known as manioc, it makes a popular bread in Spain and is the source of tapioca.