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- malanga, otoy, otoe, cocoyam (or new cocoyam), tannia, tannier, yautía, macabo, o****o, macal, taioba, dasheen, quequisque, ʻape and (in Papua New Guinea)...
- species may also be referred to as taro, old cocoyam, arrowroot, eddoe, macabo or dasheen and originate from the region of Southeast Asia. Xanthosoma species...
- Cameroon. It is called cocoyam in Nigeria, Ghana and Anglophone Cameroon, macabo in Francophone Cameroon, mankani in Hausa language, koko and lambo in Yoruba...
- history during German protection was the introduction of sweet potatoes, macabo and other new foods, which helped the kingdom become more prosperous. The...
- special events such as funerals or the birth of twins. Some examples are the Macabo Festival of Bangoua, the Medumba Festival of Bangangté, and the Ben Skin...
- trade. The main agricultural products include: Food crops: maize, peanuts, macabo, c****ava, pineapple, pepper, gumbo, vegetables, yam, sweet potato, taro...
- and subsistence-level, focused on peanuts, maize, c****ava, plantain, and macabo, making productivity and income levels very low. Alongside this, there is...
- with the legendary dish bongo’o tchobi, a dish of fish accompanied by macabo, plantain, c****ava or c****ava sticks. The local breakfast based on c****ava...
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