File:Coconut oil making Seychelles.jpg

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Traditional bullock-powered coconut oil mill. Dried coconuts are crushed and oil is squeezed out.

Date early 1970s
Source Scanned from the photo album: Maxime Fayon, Seychelles, Photo Eden, Victoria (Seychelles) 1977
Author Photography by Dino Sassi - Marcel Fayon, Photo Eden LTD
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