Andrew gets an intimate look at the food and the people that live in Madagascar. Most people still live the way they did 100s of years ago -- hunting and gathering for food.Go to Episode
Andrew discovers an acient way of fishing and feast on local delicacies, including king mackerel, dried shark meat and raw captain fish.
Andrew tours the Big Market to try baobab fruit and sambos, a ground vegetable and zebu pastries topped with extemely hot sauce.
Forging For Food
Andrew visits Ankobatemena to hike along the Kabatomena River for a rare bug species called zanna tenbrosa.
Andrew and his wife Rishia stop at a live zebu market and eat at a small food stand for a Malagasy feast that includes zebu, mokary and randon apango.
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