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Benedict FGSM. 1970. The Food of the Present Day Maya Indians of Yucatan. Johnson Reprint Corp. [diet; food habits; Central America; Mexico; Maya]

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Cohen RJ, Huddix K, Hortado E, et al. 1995. Maternal Activity Budgets: Feasibility of Exclusive Breastfeeding for Six Months among Urban Women in Honduras. Social Science and Medicine 41:527-536. [infant feeding; time allocation; Central America]

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DeWalt KM. 1983. Nutritional Strategies and Agricultural Change in a Mexican Community. Bowker. [food habits; nutrition; Mexico.]

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Dirks R. 1987. The Black Saturnalia. University of Florida Presses. [history; slave society; foodways; diet; nutrition; hunger; social life; Caribbean; West Indies]

Edelman M. 1987. From Costa Rican Pasture to North American Hamburger. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 541-562. Temple University Press. [food system; ecology; food specie; ground beef; Central America; North America; Costa Rica]

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Jerome N. 1975. Flavor Preferences and Food Patterns of Selected U S and Caribbean Blacks. Food Technology 29(6):46-51. [preference; flavor; food habits; North America; United States; Caribbean]

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Jones AR. 1985. Diet Change and Human Population at Indian Creek, Antigua. American Antiquity 50:518-536. [prehistory; Caribbean]

Kaiser L, Dewey K. 1991. Household Economic Strategies, Food Resource Allocation, and Intrahousehold Patterns of Dietary Intake in Rural Mexico. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 27:123-145-. [household; food sharing; distribution (allocation); dietary intake; Middle America; Mexico]

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Kaplan L. 1973. Ethnobotanical and Nutritional Factors in the Domestication of American Beans. In Man and His Foods: The Ethnobotany of Nutrition; Contemporary, Primitive, and Prehistoric Non-European Diets. CL Smith, ed. pp. 75-85. University of Alabama Press. [collected papers; foodstuffs; domestication; Central America]

Kearney M. 1972. The Winds of Ixtepeji. New York. [foodways; diet; food sharing; drinking patterns; Mexico; Zapotec]

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Krause VM, Kuhnlein HV, López-Palacios CY, et al. 1993. Preparation Effects on Tortilla Mineral Content in Guatemala. Archivos latinoamericanos de nutricion 43(1):73-77. [food processing; maize; Central America; Indian peoples]

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Salvador ML. 1987. Food for the Holy Ghost: Ritual Exchange in Azorean Festivals. In Time out of Time: Essays on the Festival. A Falassi, ed. pp. 244-260. University of New Mexico Press. [food in ritual; festival; religion; symbol and meaning; Europe; Africa; Azores]

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