Island-2

By Sarah Khatry

5 February 2016

Cutting tuna the traditional way. The skipjack tuna is cut in a clearly defined way on every island. Every fish yields four longitudinal sections known as ‘ari’. These can later be processed as Maldive Fish. Fua Mulaku, probably 1977.

Cutting tuna the traditional way. The skipjack tuna is cut in a clearly defined way on every island. Every fish yields four longitudinal sections known as ‘ari’. These can later be processed as Maldive Fish. 
Fua Mulaku, probably 1977.

Cutting tuna the traditional way. The skipjack tuna is cut in a clearly defined way on every island. Every fish yields four longitudinal sections known as ‘ari’. These can later be processed as Maldive Fish.
Fua Mulaku, probably 1977.

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