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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Place Location Movement Human Environment Interaction Nepal is a landlocked countrylocated in Southern Asiabetween India and China The amount of crops that farmersproduce are dependent on the rateof population growth and the weather during monsoons seasons.Farmers are forced to adapt basedon the conditions. Because of the constant renewalof fresh soil from the Ganges River at the base of the Himalyas, common crops include rice, wheat,pulses, sugarcane, tobacco, and others.Those that practice Hinduism are not allowed to eat cattle or horse. Nepal exports much of it's crops. Rice is the top export in Nepal. Crops are transported from hilly regions of Nepal to the larger cities like Kathmandu. Nepal The tropical climate in Southern Asia is fitting for Nepal's staple foods like rice, wheat, legumes, chiles, almonds,and tea. Nan, a type of bread, is often eatenwith most meals in India and Nepal. Region Traditional Recipe: Dal Bhat Plain Rice (Bhat)2 cups rice (Basmati or Long grain preferred)4 cups (1 lt) water1 tsp butter (optional)Lentils (Dal)1½ cups lentil (any kind)4 to 5 cups of water (depends preference of your consistency of liquid)½ tsp turmeric1 tsp garlic, minced6 tbsp clarified butter (ghee)3/4 cup sliced onions2 chillies (dried red chilies preferred) (depends on your preference) Salt to taste Sources: "Traditional Foods in Nepal." We All Nepali. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2014.Kowtaluk, Helen. Food for Today. New York: Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2006. Print.
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