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South African T-Bone Steak Braii

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South Africans will grill all kinds of meats when they have a Braii, but the South African T-Bone Steak Braii is one of the most favored during the festive occasions.

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South African T-Bone Steak Braai (with Mustard and Sun-Dried Tomato Garlic Butter) Recipe-

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Fuhjehi Kavaabu

Maldivian Tuna Balls Fuhjehi Kavaabu

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Maldivian Tuna Balls (“Fuhjehi Kavaabu”) are battered and deep fried. They are simply delightful, and immensely popular in Maldive. You can serve them on a plate with side dishes, or some people like to have them served on a skewer.

Maldivian Tuna Balls Fuhjehi Kavaabu

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Maldivian Tuna Balls Recipe-

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Pemmican

Homemade Pemmican Survivalist Super Food

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How to make Pemmican is a skill you would definitely want to have if you’re planning a long excursion into the wilderness. Even for long, extended hikes, where you will need some kind of sustenance during the arduous trek, it is great to have with you.

Pemmican is a Native American Indian survival food that has a very long shelf life. It is 100% natural, and it requires no refrigeration to store.

How to Make Pemmican

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Pemmican is a protein-packed, compact energy source. It contains fat, carbohydrates, fiber, minerals, vitamins, and natural fruit sugars. It can be kind of bland, if you just stick to the basic, required ingredients. However, this recipe on how to make pemmican will spice it up enough so that you will not only get the energy boost you need – it will also taste good. Pemmican can be made with “normal” meat, like beef you would find easily at any grocery store. We suggest, though, that you use wild game meat. It is much leaner, and more in accord with the original ethnic food created and consumed by Native North Americans for millennia.

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