A bowl made from a squash that grows everywhere

Amerindian communities in French Guiana have long used calabashes to eat cassava or drink kachiri (traditional beer). Koumaté, the black pigment that lines the bottom of the bowl, makes the calabash waterproof, so you can eat dishes in sauce or drink liquids from it. These bowls are all-natural, sustainable and biodegradable.


French Guiana 🇬🇫

Plastic-free eating

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