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Muscovy Ducks

The Cambridge World History of Food

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...Of the two species of domesticated anatines, the Muscovy duck (Cairina moschata) is larger, less vocal, and characterized by a fleshy protuberance on the head of the male. It is a duck of tropical American origin, whose wild ancestors...

Hogs (Pigs)

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... Daniel W. Gade 1987. The Iberian pig in the Central Andes . Journal of Cultural Geography 7: 35–50....

Horses

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... Studies 18: 285–307. FAO production yearbook.1990.Rome. Daniel W. Gade 1976. Horsemeat as human food in France...

Llamas and Alpacas

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... 1968. Los pastores de Paratia. Mexico City. Daniel W. Gade 1969. The llama, alpaca and vicuna: Fact vs. fiction...

Goats

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... Meat goat production and marketing . Journal of Animal Science 73: 291–5. G. F. W. Haenlein...

Cattle

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... . In The domestication and exploitation of plants and animals , ed. Peter J. Ucko and G. W. Dimbleby ,247–63.Chicago....

Sheep

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...Probably the earliest domesticated herd animal in the Old World, the sheep (Ovis aries) makes an unparalleled contribution of food and fiber. The great advantage of these small ruminants is their ability to digest the cellulose of wild...

South America

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...The continent of South America has been a place of origin of many important food plants. Moreover, plant and animal introductions to the Americas made both before and after Columbus have provided an extraordinary diversity of food sources....