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On the right-hand side you can see the remaining rest of a nyama choma platter. The hole in the bone is based on an old tradition called "Gichiri" (in Kikuyu): after finishing the nyama choma, a hole must be punched in the bone before it is thrown into the field. This is because the grass can grow through the bone and the future goats have enough feed. Even if the bone nowadays lands more likely in the street than on the fields, the tradition is still alive and widespread.


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