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INUMPU – Burundi’s Indigenous Potatoes and A Recipe

Updated 17-11-2012 With growing interest in promoting crops that can withstand climatic changes, INUMPU – a native potato in sub-Saharan Africa – is one local crop that needs to be promoted – along with leafy amaranth, which I blogged about … Continue reading

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Amaranth Greens (Lenga-Lenga) – Politically Correct, Easy to Grow, and Delicious. Recipes Included

Heidi, one of our readers, has asked for a recipe using lenga-lenga (amaranth).  Here are some recipes, together with information on lenga-lenga – its use, cultivation and value as a key indigenous food. The crop: Lenga-lenga is one of a hand-full … Continue reading

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An Upcountry Training in Semi-savannah Crop-Livestock-Tree Dynamics

I was delighted to discover that my CD of 100s of pictures, taken before my recent hospital adventure, would work – but only on a computer other than my own!  Great fun to see these pictures, of recent training in … Continue reading

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Cowboy Potatoes by Lake Tanganyika

Today (5 Feb. 2012) in the Sunday International Buffet, Chef Richard is making a very popular dish that I’ve blogged about before – Karen Resta’s Cowboy Potatoes!  Here is that blog: + + + + + + + + A … Continue reading

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