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Old 27-07-2011, 06:00 PM
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They had had sufficient knowledge in regards to the irrigation system, the terrace farming on the mountain slopes. Just before the Europeans discovered South America, the latter knew all about cultivating an array of plants. It is a mixture of different cultures and different traditions. Just like the cuisine, even the historical past in the meal is complex too as unique.

The Africans came The Asians, mainly the Chinese as well as the Japanese), along with the Africans (slaves), and they incorporated a number of their personal ideas and traditions in to the Latin American foods lifestyle as well as the Japanese immigrants, came to this land while using issue that Asians are well-known for; spices. Each region from the Latin Americans. They knew about tips on how to grow corns and lima beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, chili peppers, avocados, peanuts and chocolates and also how you can raise llamas and guinea pigs.

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well do you have any other info i can use??
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On Sep 16, 6:35*am, Gaz wrote:
well do you have any other info i can use??


No. that's all you get so make the best of it.


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