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Summary

Discarded rice bags are used in Niger to construct a heat-retention cooker for large pots.

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current02:19, February 2, 2008Thumbnail for version as of 02:19, February 2, 2008311 × 338 (33 KB)Tom Sponheim (Talk | contribs)Discarded rice bags are used in Niger to construct a heat-retention cooker for large pots.

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