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Mumu: A traditional method of slow cooking in Papua New Guinea

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Mumu: A traditional method of slow cooking in Papua New Guinea
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P A Sopade
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One of the traditional techniques in Papua New Guinea is cooking with the mumu. The mumu is an earth oven that is formed by heating stones which are subsequently put in with the food or arranged around and on the food. The heat in the stones is transferred to the food to cook it. The earth oven is known by various names amongst the South Pacific islanders...
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012 Cooking
Location: continent
Oceania
Location: oceanian countries
Papua New Guinea
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SlowCooking    MumuStove    BoilingPoint38   

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