Contemporary Minangkabau food culture in West Sumatra, Indonesia.

  title={Contemporary Minangkabau food culture in West Sumatra, Indonesia.},
  author={Nur Indrawati Lipoeto and Mmedsci and Zulkarnain Agus and Fadil Oenzil and Masrul Masrul and Naiyana Wattanapenpaiboon},
  journal={Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition},
  volume={10 1},
Diet has a strong relationship with food culture and changes in it are likely to be involved in the pathogenesis of newly emergent degenerative diseases. To obtain in-depth opinions about the food culture of Minangkabau people, focus group discussions were conducted in a Minangkabau region, represented by four villages in West Sumatra, Indonesia, from January to March 1999. The members of the discussion groups were principally women aged from 35 to 82 years old. Minangkabau culture is… 

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