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Kafqâ - to "under" bake.  Refers to a peculiar method of cooking used by the Pashthár, nomads of the Lezánthá, an area of scrub and desert in the north and west of the main continent on Alurhna.  Involves creating burning embers of the hard dógát dung the Pashthár use for campfires, digging a hole placing the embers in the bottom, adding a little sand to just cover them.  The food is placed on top, covered with whatever small brush might be handy, and left for a time to cook.Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone