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Hangi

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  • 1.  
  • 2. The wood is stacked up ready to burn.
  • 3. As it burns down it will heat the rocks that are on the top of the pile of wood.
  • 4. The meat, potatoes and veggies are ready to go in.
  • 5. A wet clean sheet is put over the food to protect it.
  • 6. Sacks are then put over top to keep the heat and steam in.
  • 7. Then the whole thing is covered in dirt to keep it all hot.
  • 8. The food is ready to eat in about three hours. YUMMY!
  • 9.
    • Did you know that people in Chile, The Balkans, North Africa, the Pacific Islands and The Middle East also cook food in the ground.
  • 10. The cooks are called Ringawera
  • 11. What food is put in a hangi?
  • 12.  

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