Kreb is the name given to a mixture of non-cultivated grains that are harvested from semi-wild grasses in sub-saharan africa.. It is often described as a 'famine food', but is highly nutritious. The benefits of Kreb include increased food security and potential to halt desertification. Kreb production and harvesting is in decline due to an increase in grazing and a reduction in nomadism. One way of reviving Kreb production may be as a "specialty export crop" or health food
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