Figure 7: Procedures involved in processing of E. ferox nuts, Madhubani District, Bihar, India: (A) E. ferox nuts are spread out to dry in the sun in the village; (B) The nuts are sorted into differing size ranges using sieves of different dimensions; (C) The nuts are roasted and stirred using bamboo sticks; (D) Popping of the E. ferox nuts immediately after roasting; note the wooden anvil and hammer; (E) View of the popped E. ferox nuts ready to be eaten. (Image credit: authors)
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