Mexico_ Missionary Abraham Ahn 2020북아메리카
The village of El Tumbo has a population of 4,500, and 3,000 of them are children.
El Tumbo is located in a deep alpine forest with an elementary and middle school.
Their livelihood is slash-and-burn farming, with 80% corn, some beans and peppers, and some wild fruits from the mountains.
Their staple food is corn, which is used to make a variety of foods, but the only side dishes are boiled beans, bean broth, and hot peppers.
Due to this poor food culture, meat is only eaten on holidays three or four times a year.