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We saw this on the way to the Bangweulu wetlands in Zambia and it took sometime to realize what it was. Do you know???


      1. My first thoughts were Fish? Maggots? Then I zoomed in. Carrots? Then I had an aha moment. I had read how cassava is poisonous until you’ve soaked it for a few days.


  1. This cassava is already pealed. The soaking of “non pealed” cassava is also commonly done in “muddy areas”, normally around small streams or springs. That’s how they do it in parts of Central Angola (Camacupa region)

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