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  ipedia.com: Cauim Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Cauim is made by fermenting manioc or maize, sometimes flavored with fruit juices.
Cauim is made by fermenting manioc (a large starchy root) or maize, sometimes flavored with fruit juices.
Cauim is also de rigueur in solemn occasions, such as the ceremonial killing and eating of a war prisoner.
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  Cauim - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Cauim is a traditional alcoholic beverage of the Native American populations of Brazil, since pre-Columbian times.
Cauim is made by fermenting manioc (a large starchy root), or maize, sometimes flavored with fruit juices.
Cauim is also de rigueur in solemn occasions, such as the ceremonial killing and eating of a war prisoner.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Cauim   (695 words)

  
 Encyclopedia :: Indigenous Peoples in Brazil :: ISA
Only after all families have come back to the village the first cauim (sweet corn gruel) divination is performed, to be followed by others, the corn for each feast is collectively stored in the field of one family, but processed by each household in the village.
June through October is the season of alcoholic cauim, which is called "sour cauim season." It is the height of drought.
The alcoholic cauim feast is a great opirahe night dance when guest men, attended to by the host family, dance and sing throughout the night.
www.socioambiental.org /pib/epienglish/arawete/work.shtm   (895 words)

  
 Cineclube Cauim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Cineclube Cauim promoted several important debates open to general public, including the series Cauim discute a Constituinte, with the participation of all Brazilian political parties.
Cineclube Cauim has for the last 9 years now, produced the Boca Livre - TV Show which is aired all over the region by TV Educativa de Ribeirão Preto - TV Thati System and locally repeated by the Canal da Cidade (channel 20).
Cineclube Cauim has Santa Elisa as an associate project devoted to Scenic Arts and owns an 808 seat movie theatre where, with the support of MinC's, it carries out a project of wide-spreading cinematographical culture that in 2004 brought more than 400 thousand people to the movies gratuitously.
www.cineclubecauim.com.br /ingles/index_ing.htm   (392 words)

  
 Cauim - Gurupedia
Cauim is a traditional alcoholic beverage of the Native American populations of
Curiously, the Tupinamba do not eat during their dirinking parties, just as they do not drink at meals; and they find the European custom of mixing the two things very strange.
Jeand de Léry reports that he and his companions tried to prepare "clean" cauim by grinding and cooking manioc or maize, without the chewing step; but (predictably) it did not work.
www.gurupedia.com /c/ca/cauim.htm   (597 words)

  
 CABRAL, THE KING'S VOYAGER
Salt and hot peppers were mixed together to make juquiraí, a pinch of which was always used to season food.
This task was performed by young women, who cooked the ingredients and chewed them, using their saliva to start the process of fermentation.
Cauim was dark and thick as sludge, and drunk lukewarm.
www.projetomemoria.art.br /PedroAlvaresCabral/revista6/mund1_6i.htm   (196 words)

  
 Chapter XI: Excursions In The Neighbourhood Of Ega Page 4
A most graphic account of the Urarí, and of an expedition undertaken in search of the tree in Guiana, has been given by Sir Robert Schomburgk.
When we returned to the house after mid-day, Cardozo was still sipping cauim, and now looked exceedingly merry.
It was fearfully hot; the good fellow sat in his hammock with a cuya full of grog in his hands; his broad honest face all of a glow, and the perspiration streaming down his uncovered breast, the unbuttoned shirt having slipped half-way over his broad shoulders.
www.web-books.com /Classics/Nonfiction/Science/Amazons/AmazonsC11P4.htm   (1052 words)

  
 ~*~EMBRIAGUEZ PREMONITÓRIA DE CAUIM~*~   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
A EMBRIAGUEZ PREMONITÓRIA DE Cauim era o "vinho" dos indígenas tupinambás, que permitia alcançar um estado alterado de consciência induzindo à visões premonitórias e outros fenômenos para-normais.
O consumo de cauim nestas ocasiões é imprescindível.
Durante a festividade os homens, ao canto de hinos, recebiam das mulheres uma cuia cheia de cauim.
www.rosanevolpatto.trd.br /lendacauim.html   (642 words)

  
 Cauim - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Cauim contains research on
Cauim, Cauim among the Tupinambá, Bibliography, See also, External links and Brazilian cuisine.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Cauim   (647 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Cauim: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
CAUIM : p MONEY T i /7 ' o -;(i J1)...
of humankind, especially their great celebration of caucnageni [based on cauim, a beverage of fermented manioc.
capybaras and wild peccaries, followed by quantities of cauim (fermented manioc juice) and a week's partying.
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 Brasil Colônia: Cauim - HISTORIANET, a nossa história   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
O cauim era mais suave em comparação com as iguarias etílicas dos portugueses.
O impacto negativo causado pelo processo de elaboração do cauim foi pequeno em comparação às conseqüências de seu consumo por parte dos Tupinambás.
Os festejos regados a cauim eram tidos como uma excessiva expressão cultural dos nativos e, sobretudo, incontrolável.
www.historianet.com.br /conteudo/default.aspx?codigo=781   (877 words)

  
 A NOITE É DOS PÁSSAROS
Sumé, o justo, ao contrário, não gostava de cauim; todavia, detestava ainda mais a cachaça, “bebida de cariua-poxi (homem branco ruim)”, como ele dizia, e nisso se parecia com Jurupari.
Cauim é morninho, adocicado, espuminha dele se espoca na beira da cuia e a alma da gente fica borbulhando, borbulhando, sem nunca ferver; cauim faz índio ir lá no fundo ouvir os companheiros, sem jamais se perder”, dizia Jurupari.
Tomamos tanto cauim que acabamos rolando pela areia, sem nos importar com ninguém, nem mesmo com Alkindar-miri, o qual, depois de ingerir algumas cuias de cauim, ficou mais relaxado e deixou-me à vontade com Potira.
www.triplov.com /nicodemo/noite/noite_10.html   (1865 words)

  
 Cauim Did You Mean cauim?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
According to contemporary records, thirty or more large pots of cauim could be consumed in a single party; and "neither the German, nor the Flemish, nor the soldiers, nor the Swiss ?
that is, none of those people in France who devote themselves to great drinking, will match the Americans in that art." Cauim can be consumed quietly by one or two people, but is most commonly consumed at parties with tens or hundreds of people, often from two or more villages.
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 . : SMAR - First in Fieldbus - Novidades : .   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Dando seqüência ao seu trabalho de responsabilidade social, a Smar firmou uma parceria com a Banda Cauim, de Ribeirão Preto, colaborando na compra de instrumentos para os adolescentes carentes participantes.
O acordo foi assinado durante uma apresentação da banda em junho, com as presenças do coordenador do projeto do Cauim, Odônio dos Anjos, do diretor e do gerente de marketing da empresa de automação, César Cassiolato e Pedro Biondo.
Com a doação, poderemos adquirir os instrumentos, que são muito caros", esclarece o coordenador do Cauim.
www.smar.com /brasil/shownews.asp?Id=236   (216 words)

  
 :: Cataratas S/A ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
However, there was among the Caiguange a young warrior named Tarobá, who fell in love with Naipi.
On the day the beautiful Indian maiden was to be consecrated, while the chieftain and the witch doctor drank cauim (a drink made of fermented corn) and the warriors were busy dancing, Tarobá took the opportunity and eloped down river on a canoe with beautiful Naipi.
When M'Boy realized that Tarobá and Naipi had run away together, became furious and dove deep into the ground, twisting his body and producing a large gorge that gave birth to a huge waterfall.
www.cataratasdoiguacu.com.br /lenda_en.asp   (281 words)

  
 Jangada Brasil, nº 11, julho de 1999: Colher de Pau - Da bebida chamada Cauim
Não sei de que qualidade de cauim era, nem se o tendes no vosso país; só sei dizer que depois de bebermos ficamos por três dias de tal forma prostrados e adormecidos que não podíamos despertar".
No que nos diz respeito, ao chegarmos a esse país procuramos evitar a mastigação no preparo do cauim e fazê-lo de modo mais limpo.
Pouco a pouco nos habituamos a beber o cauim da outra espécie embora não o fizéssemos comumente, pois tendo cana à vontade púnhamo-la de infusão por alguns dias na água depois de refrescá-la um pouco por causa do grande calor; e assim açucarada bebíamos a água com grande prazer.
www.jangadabrasil.com.br /julho/cp11070c.htm   (1251 words)

  
 H2FOZ.COM.BR - The Legend of the Waterfalls
Among the Caingangues, however, lived a young warrior named Tarobá, who fell in love upon seeing Naipi.
On the day of the festivities for the young girl's consecration, while the shaman and chiefs were drinking “cauim” (drink made from fermented corn) and the warriors were dancing, Tarobá fled with the beautiful Naipi in a canoe downstream, carried by the swift current.
Mboi became furious when he heard of Naipi and Tarobá's escape.
www.h2foz.com.br /eng/cataratas/lenda/index.php   (287 words)

  
 Cassava Information
Caxiri was often left to ferment for several days and even months.
Alternatively, chewing and fermentation of cassava gruel produced cauim, a mild alcoholic beverage, which was consumed in vast quantities at parties and ceremonies.
Another mild alcoholic beverage, pajuaru, was made by soaking stacked cassava pancakes in water for three days.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Cassava   (1712 words)

  
 Ribeirão Preto Online - Entretenimento - Secretaria da Educação e Cineclube Cauim promovem projeto “A Escola Vai ao ...
A Prefeitura de Ribeirão Preto, por meio da Secretaria Municipal da Educação, e o Cineclube Cauim estão promovendo um dos maiores projetos de inclusão cultural do país: “A Escola vai ao Cinema”.
Hoje, o Cauim é um dos maiores Cineclubes do mundo com sessões regulares e capacidade de 808 lugares.
O Cineclube Cauim fica na Rua São Sebastião, 920.
www.ribeiraopretoonline.com.br /noticia.php?id=15624   (383 words)

  
 O solo etnográfico (4) - A Onca e a Diferenca
Nada sei quanto ao sangue cauim-de-jaguar, pois os Yudjá nunca equacionaram em minha presença cauim-de-gente a sangue para a onça, embora se jaguarizem bebendo cauim, e digam embriagar-se com o odor de sangue humano na hora da batalha.
O cauim-lodo não é o lodo, mas cauim com aspecto de lodo; tampouco a lama é o cauim dos porcos.
(Dir-se-ia que, quando o cauim entra em cena, o dualismo das equações perspectivistas cede lugar a um triadismo.) Incomensurabilidade e comensurabilidade não são excludentes, e as traduções não vão sem autotransformações: o tradutor é ‘traduzido’ junto, e o traduzido é ‘tradutor’.
amazone.wikia.com /wiki/O_solo_etnogr%C3%A1fico_(4)   (4238 words)

  
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Among the young men of the Caingangue tribe there was a young warrior called Tarobá, who fell in love with Naipi.
On the day the festival of consecration was announced, while the chief and the witch doctor drank cauim (an alcoholic concoction made of fermented maize) and the warriors danced, Tarobá fled with Naipi in a canoe and they were carried down river by the current.
The snake god, M´BOY, was furious when he found out Naipi had run away with her lover and threw himself into the bowels of the earth.
www.brazil-discover.com /nav.php?id=iguassufallsculture   (692 words)

  
 ARTICLES BY R.W. WISE: Brazil Adventure
Just a few of the 4,000 different brands of cachaça, the potent sugar cane liquor that keeps Brazil comfortably numb.
Sometime between 1532-1548 European colonists discovered that a wine of sugar cane (vinho de cana de açúcar) could be produced by a method similar to that used by the Indians to produce maize wine or cauim.
Originally called cagaca, it was distilled in a huge adobe caldron and fed to the slaves, presumably to keep them happy in their work.
secretsofthegemtrade.com /articles_1_5.htm   (590 words)

  
 Cassava - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Caxiri was often left to ferment for several days and even months.
Alternatively, chewing and fermentation of cassava gruel produced cauim, a mild alcoholic beverage, which was consumed in vast quantities at parties and ceremonies.
Another mild alcoholic beverage, pajuaru, was made by soaking stacked cassava pancakes in water for three days.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Yuca   (2032 words)

  
 IVHE International Vacation Home Exchange - Property #0172 - Brazil's Paradise Beach - Maresias, Brazil
The beach is full of young people since Maresias has one of the most exciting night life in São Paulo.
There are many famous restaurants like MANACA, CAUIM, AQUA and others famous restaurants with international and Brazilian food.
At night there are nightclubs like SIRENA where over 2,000 people dance from 11 pm to 7 am.
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He looked at her and spoke to her and she answered his loving eyes.
On the day of the wedding, the Indians drank too much of the cauim (a native alcoholic beverage) and M´Boy slept calmly in his cave.
Tarobah and Naipi wasted no time and escaped on the river in a canoe.
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However among the Caigangue, there was a young warrior called Tarobá, who fell in love with Naipi after he met her.
On the day of the consecration of the beautiful Indian, while the cacique and the witchdoctor were drinking cauim and the warriors were dancing, Tarobá took his chance and ran away with Naipi in a canoe, down river, taken by the current.
When M’boy discovered the escape he became furious and forced his way deep into the river, twisting his body thus causing a big chasm, forming the Falls.
www.eaiadventure.com /brazil/br04.asp   (993 words)

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