A Space-Age Food Product Cultivated by the Incas

In a time before food processing, people were still able to make some foods that lasted for a long time without going bad. One such example is the Incan food chuño, which are basically freeze-dried potatoes. As The New York Times writes, "Villagers in the altiplano, the high tablelands of Bolivia and Peru, still make it the way the Incas did, using the warm days and frosty nights of June to repeatedly freeze and thaw the potatoes, and stomping them with their bare feet to remove the...

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