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Zemba woman piling millet by hand

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A Zemba woman, also called OvaZemba, from the Kunene region of Namibia, piling millet grains using a traditional wooden mortar and pestle. Millet, also called Sorghum or Milo, is an important crop worldwide, which is used for fodder, grain, sorghum molasses and to produce alcoholic beverages. Most varieties are drought and heat tolerant and as a result play an important role in providing food for people who reside in arid regions. Millet is naturally gluten-free.

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