The most complicated part of bose was how to pronounce it.
Hanna, trip leader and co-founder of Du’Anyam, introduced it as “Bo-ce.” “You know, like the speaker company.”
But Aaron of East Bali Cashews, fellow tour participant and human Google, interjected with, “Nope, that’s pronounced ‘bo-ze’. You’ve been duped.”
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We made a special video for Les Oiseaux de Passage and their feature on Indonesia. They’re an amazing network of people who get together in Geneva, Switzerland to expand their knowledge on food and culture around the world. ASLI FOOD PROJECT ft. Indonesia was happy to participate!
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Hello, everyone! Welcome to the first post of ASLI FOOD PROJECT ft. Indonesia.
Join me as I dig deep into what can best be described as a passion project. I’ll pore over dusty old books and scientific research papers, and then trek through the jungles, rivers and villages of Indonesia. All in the name of plants.
Why am I so interested in plants? I have no idea. I think it’s because I’m curious.
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