So this is how a betel nut looks like. =) Nice photo!
I remember those from our neighbor's yard! :D
Great shot.Have a fabulous week!My MYM.
My paternal grandparents chewed a lot of those when they were still alive.My Mellow Yellow
Very lovely photo. I've never seen one of these or eaten one before. Perhaps some day ;-)
great yellow shot, have a nice monday, Since you get more joy out of giving joy to others, you should put a good deal of thought into the happiness that you are able to give.happy MYMhttp://casseydab-spec.blogspot.com/2011/02/mellow-yellow-monday-yellow-taxi.html
Excellent composition I like delicacy of tones and textures
I've often heard of these but this is my firt time to see them. I know they are widely eaten in many countries and are parts of many rituals and ceremonies. From what I have read, however, they can, indeed, be carcinogenic though they may prevent halitosis. Very interesting. I love your post, Shiju!
I never tasted it before, interesting huh? Here's mine thanks My Daily Mumbles
we call that "nganga" here in the Philippines. old people in the provinces chew a lot of those.by the way, i am your newest follower here.Bonding Time
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