Island-1

By Sarah Khatry

5 February 2016

A girl with a harvest of kullafila leaves. Like in most traditional Asian cultures it was customary to send children to look for food. Kullafila (Launaea sarmentosa) grows in sandy terrain and is one of the most valued traditional greens in Maldivian cuisine. Fua Mulaku, 1977. All photos: Nils Finn Munch-Petersen

A girl with a harvest of kullafila leaves. Like in most traditional Asian cultures it was customary to send children to look for food. Kullafila (Launaea sarmentosa) grows in sandy terrain and is one of the most valued traditional greens in Maldivian cuisine. Fua Mulaku, 1977. All photos: Nils Finn Munch-Petersen

A girl with a harvest of kullafila leaves. Like in most traditional Asian cultures it was customary to send children to look for food. Kullafila (Launaea sarmentosa) grows in sandy terrain and is one of the most valued traditional greens in Maldivian cuisine. Fua Mulaku, 1977. All photos: Nils Finn Munch-Petersen

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