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Woman Preparing Siri-Betel Nut

This photo shows a typical scene in a Sumbanese home when a visitor is welcomed: the host offers siri-betel nut to the visitor. In this case, the woman in the center is mashing up the mixture which she will then chew on. Siri-betel nut is a “low calorie” local drug used through SE Asia; it is quite common throughout Indonesia. It is tantamount in the West to someone offering a visitor a drink when they visit: it is always offered - and it is considered rude if it is not.
 
The mixture, whether accepted as whole pieces or the mashed-up mixture, is chewed but never swallowed. And the heavily generated juices are spat out discretely.
 
Notice two additional things in this photo: the first is that the young girl in the rear is spinning cotton thread that will be used to weave a woman’s sarong or man’s hinggi kombu blanket. Secondly, notice that the young girl’s hair is “chopped” in the front: this indicates that the girl is not ready for marriage.