FH Hope Notes - Fall/Winter 2013

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What does our family look like?

Did you know?

eggplant, red onion, okra

Sugar, mostly in beverages, accounts for 21% of daily calories.

CANADA

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Did you know? Protein from meat is often too expensive to serve except on special occasions, so insects are a common snack! Little bug traps (upsidedown baskets) can be seen all over.

a green mash made of cassava leaves, spinach, and eggplant

Did you know? A Latin American diet is build on corn as the main staple, most commonly showing up in tortillas with almost every meal.

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140 per 100 people

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Cambodia 14,138

20% live in urban areas

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Don’t worry, Canada’s other favourite sport is still ice hockey!

Canada 34,017

81% live in urban areas

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Boiled beans Cassava root mash Fried plantains Banana Isombe

is widely accepted as the most popular sport for children and teens from Canada to Bangladesh. Bangladesh also lists cricket as a close second to soccer.

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Tortilla Rice with feet attached Beans Piece of chicken Brown soup side dish

Bangladesh 148,692

28% live in urban areas

Rwanda 10,624

19% live in urban areas

4,760

$

Guatemala 14,389

50% live in urban areas

Population

in thousands

2,230

$

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What’s on your plate?

broccoli, carrots,

beans Chicken Cooked veggies Potato Side salad

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Did you know? Rice Food is commonly eaten Flatbread with your hands, using Fish in a curry sauce the right hand only. Stir fried vegetables

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BANGLADESH

Fish with sauce Rice Rambutan Banana stalky vegetable with leaves Trakuan

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RWANDA

Rambutan is a fruit named for its “rambut” (“hair”). Its translucent flesh has a sweet, watery flavour.

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