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Cooking breadfruit;
Cookingbreadfruit;
Cooking breadfruit

ContributorNabiwoulo
ContributorAngéline
ContributorAminu
ContributorNadine
ContributorNgolo
ContributorDjiedjhie
ContributorBernadette
ContributorTsimbo
ContributorNze
ContributorLinda
ContributorChristopher
ContributorPoga
ContributorBvuraga
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-24T09:45:05Z
dc.date.available2021-07-24T09:45:05Z
Identifierhttps://hdl.handle.net/1839/06b5c17f-36ea-41ac-8047-4de8d7666c93
dc.identifier.urihttps://linghub.org/handle/123456789/817438
DescriptionTsimbo is bringing fire wood, a huge bamboo trunk that she balances on her head. Bernadette, Pauline, and Bvuraga break the bamboo apart by hitting it with the back of a machete or sticks. Some bamboo pieces are brought to the burning kitchen fire and added to the burning wood. The children explain that there is breadfruit in the pot on the fire that is cooking. Ngolo and Aminu lift the lid off the pot and carry the heavy pot to the side. They remove the banana leaved that covered the breadfuit pieces under the lid. Aminu tries the cooked breadfruit and then starts distributing it into different pots and bowls for different people. Poga comes and helps her and Ngolo. Aminu's daughter Linda starts eating breadfruit with boiled palm nuts. Aminu shows how breadfruit and palm nuts are eaten together. Also the other children start eating and also Piano gets his share. After the pots are empty, Ngolo shows how she cleans the dishes with a bundle of grass and water, while Poga is pounding cassava in the background.
Formatvideo/mpeg
Formatimage/jpeg
Formatvideo/mp4
Formataudio/x-wav
LanguageGyele
dc.language.isonmg
PublisherThe Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
SubjectGyele
TitleCookingbreadfruit
TitleCooking breadfruit
TypeSound
TypeMovingImage
TypeStillImage
dcterms.contributorNabiwoulo
dcterms.contributorAngéline
dcterms.contributorAminu
dcterms.contributorNadine
dcterms.contributorNgolo
dcterms.contributorDjiedjhie
dcterms.contributorBernadette
dcterms.contributorTsimbo
dcterms.contributorNze
dcterms.contributorLinda
dcterms.contributorChristopher
dcterms.contributorPoga
dcterms.contributorBvuraga
dcterms.coverageSouth Province
dcterms.coverageCameroon
dcterms.created2012-08-07
dcterms.descriptionTsimbo is bringing fire wood, a huge bamboo trunk that she balances on her head. Bernadette, Pauline, and Bvuraga break the bamboo apart by hitting it with the back of a machete or sticks. Some bamboo pieces are brought to the burning kitchen fire and added to the burning wood. The children explain that there is breadfruit in the pot on the fire that is cooking. Ngolo and Aminu lift the lid off the pot and carry the heavy pot to the side. They remove the banana leaved that covered the breadfuit pieces under the lid. Aminu tries the cooked breadfruit and then starts distributing it into different pots and bowls for different people. Poga comes and helps her and Ngolo. Aminu's daughter Linda starts eating breadfruit with boiled palm nuts. Aminu shows how breadfruit and palm nuts are eaten together. Also the other children start eating and also Piano gets his share. After the pots are empty, Ngolo shows how she cleans the dishes with a bundle of grass and water, while Poga is pounding cassava in the background.
dcterms.formatvideo/mpeg
dcterms.formatimage/jpeg
dcterms.formatvideo/mp4
dcterms.formataudio/x-wav
dcterms.identifierhttps://hdl.handle.net/1839/06b5c17f-36ea-41ac-8047-4de8d7666c93
dcterms.languageGyele
dcterms.publisherThe Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
dcterms.subjectGyele
dcterms.titleCookingbreadfruit
dcterms.titleCooking breadfruit
dcterms.typeSound
dcterms.typeMovingImage
dcterms.typeStillImage
CoverageSouth Province
CoverageCameroon


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