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Caption: Local man shapes pounded kava root and rolls it into bamboo strips to make kava drink (also called sakau).
Location: KOSRAE, MICRONESIA
Copyright: © Yvette Cardozo
Release Available: Y
Photographer Code: KOSRAE_0351A
AGPix ID: AGPix_Cardozo_1726
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Comments: Local man shapes pounded kava root and rolls it into bamboo strips to make kava drink (also called sakau). The pounded kava root looks like a mound of wet straw. The pounded root was mixed with water before it was strained. The resulting liquid is popular on Pacific islands and is mildly relaxing.

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