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Injera Oromo basket (N° 17883)

This three-foot basket was used to collect Injera, a kind of spongy crepe characteristic of Ethiopian cuisine. Generally they are made from a fermented seed from a local grass on Teff or Fonio.
Everying among Oromos, the pancake was made from corn flour or millet.
The object has a basket frame whose outer surface has then been draped in animal skin, which also constitutes the transport strips.

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Originex-collection belge
Material(s)vannerie, cuir
Weight1.04 Kg
Estimated dating1ère halfxx°

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