Hungry Planet: What the World Eats Setting & Symbolism

Peter Menzel
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Australia

This is the place where people ate foods such as Vegemite, kangaroo, and porcupines.

Bhutan

The people in this place considered chili peppers to be vegetables and ate them with nearly every meal.

Bosnia

This area is war-torn and the people here shop near graveyards filled with the remains of the dead.

Chad

Life in this area is harsh and food is tough to get. Refugees in this place live on rations while others outside the refugee camp must travel far and work hard to get water for their families.

China

In this country, traditional foods share the shelves with international quick foods.

Cuba

The government offers rationed foods to each family in this country.

Ecuador

Although this country is very close to the equator, rocky soil and high winds make farming extremely difficult.

Egypt

This area is known for spicy foods and slow cooking.

France

While...

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