Charquican (Vegetarian Charquican) | This rustic comfort food has ancient origins with the Mapuche people of South America, but remains a humble staple for home cooks in Chile today. Traditionally made using dried beef called charqui, this vegetarian version can be served plain as a side dish or topped with a fried egg for a simple meal. | From: saveur.com

Chilean Vegetable Stew

Charquicán (Chilean Vegetable Stew) This rustic comfort food has ancient origins with the Mapuche people of South America, but remains a humble staple for home cooks in Chile today.

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Fingering weight Ombré and Gradient handpainted knitting yarns from Freia Fine Handpaints - made in the USA

traditional Mapuche dwelling place // missionmauche.org #mapuche #chile

A glimpse into the origins of where VOZ textiles are created (photo by Pilar Castro)

Mapuche Ikat Poncho  Mapuche People, Southern Chile and Argentina  Late 19th century

Mapuche Ikat Poncho Mapuche People, Southern Chile and Argentina Late century Wool, Ikat technique, indigo dye.

Mapuche Textiles @ Fundación Chol-Chol #mapuche #lana #natural  missionmapuche.org

Daily snapshots of our ministry with the Mapuche

mapuche #mapuche #chile #missionmapuche missionmapuche.org

mapuche #mapuche #chile #missionmapuche missionmapuche.org

Naturally dyed yarn by Mapuche women in the Araucania, Chile  #mapuche #chile #yarn

Naturally dyed yarn by Mapuche women in the Araucania, Chile

Wangülen: star with 6 points, representing the #Mapuche worldview // missionmapuche.org // #travel #missions #chile #textiles

Daily snapshots of our ministry with the Mapuche

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