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jayaprakash_bojan

Borneo I 2018 Hope you guys are not tired of this series. Everytime I go back to my raw files I find another frame worthy of sharing and I just can’t get over this time spent here with this amazing creation that deserves the due respect from us #saveborneo #savetheorangutans #photooftheday #wildlifephotographer #wildgeography #savetherainforest #orangutanalliance #palmoilfree #palmoilfreeorangutanalliance #natureinfocus #naturesbestphotography #loveorangutans #natgeoasia #natgeowild_hd

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osloff

Nasako Besingi has been leading efforts to combat deforestation in Cameroon through his organization, Struggle to Economize the Future Environment (SEFE). In his talk at #OsloFF, he shared how he has faced government opposition, imprisonment, and even death threats for his activism to defend the environment and marginalized English-speaking minorities in Cameroon. Watch his full talk at oslofreedomforum.com. #10YearsRising #environmentalist #SEFE #Cameroon #deforestation #saveouroceans #saveourplanet #savetherainforest

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thezephyrconz

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hannahveganamadrid

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asopie.natural.food

Açaí harvest; The right, the wrong and the impact on the taste and look. “Not all açaí berries are equal”. (Read further to know why) The story: From the Saamaka Maroon tribes in the South of Suriname to the Maroon tribes along the Maroni river; from the Indigenous tribes in Para to the tribes in Tapanahony and far beyond the border to Northern Brazil. We cherish the Amazon rainforest, as we rely heavily on it for our livelihood, be it for food, protection, medicine, etc... The way we go about the rainforest and our use of it is mainly based on traditional knowledge passed on from generation to generation; “we’ve had centuries of practicing”. Out of the many wild fruits we consume in the Amazon, just a handful are known to people outside the region; with Açaí being one of them. The knowledge of how, when and where to harvest/pick your fruit is important. Take the açaí berries for example; the berries (fruits) can be categorized into 4 natural states, based on colors (green, dark blue/black & brown), with each depicting the state of the fruit. 1. Green: immature & unripe berries 2. Dark: "maturing-unripe" not ripe enough to harvest. 3. Dark Blue/Black: ripe and ready to harvest. 4. Brown: dried berries to be discarded (this can happen with late harvesting and/or if the berry was picked by birds (toucans love açaí) or other animals. Sometimes the “maturing-unripe” berries can look exactly like the matured and ripe berries that are ready to harvest. “The trick is to be able to recognize matured & ripe açaí berries from the maturing-unripe berries.” Using unripe and dried berries results in the açaí pulp having a strong "tartness" to its taste and an “un-açaí-like” dark brown color. Preparing the perfect açaí pulp, from the berries, requires a good knowledge of this Amazonian superfruit. Note: there are also other factors that can impact the color and the taste. Next we will talk about: "What an ‘actual’ authentic & traditional açaí is”. Do you have some cool stories about açaí or how you serve your açaí? Would you like to know more about the açaí and its origin? Comment on this post with questions and your stories. Asopie Açaí; Authentic Taste

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copaltreelodge

Welcome to the jungle, where you'll find the resort of your dreams! ---------------------------------------- 📸: @jgotz99

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socialistway


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