Gangina: How To Keep Grapes Fresh For 6 Months
January 2, 2021
It's fascinating to see how farmers in Afghanistan keep summer fruits fresh for other seasons.
The method which they use for keeping the grapes fresh for winter is called Gangina.
Gangina is made of two layers of wet soil, then putting it to sun to be dried.
When it is completely dried, they will put inside of it the fruits of choice, most of the people prefer to put grapes inside of it. Then they will close it completely.
The Gangina is typically stored in a cool place where there is no direct sunlight. Some farmers will store them in the ground.
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