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Ñame

El ñame se cosecha exclusivamente por los hombres. Cosechar ñame es una labor intensa, y el tamaño de los campos de un hombre y su cosecha dicen mucho acerca de su ética laboral. Los ñames se cosechan para obtener riquezas y también para alimentar a la familia. Son símbolos de masculinidad y de capacidad de manutención.

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