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Pictured: A worker moves among hundreds of bamboo trays filled with large, colourful garlic-flavoured crackers.   The Indonesian delicacies are steamed before being cooked and thinly sliced and left in the sun to dry.<br />
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The photos were taken in the small village of Kenanga just outside Indramayu City in Indonesia by travel and landscape photographer Gunarto Song.   The 44-year-old, from Jakarta, said: "The locals make crackers every day. They wrap the dough in banana leaves before steaming them for three to four hours.   SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS<br />
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