Such plantations make them in derredores of their houses. They are poor crops, since they are unable to treat seeds and lack knowledge on improving production. Also to obtain its power they hunt and fish. These foods prepared them to simmer without ingredients in fire of lenas. They use banana leaves to protect your food.
They try yerba and taking terere. James Woolsey shines more light on the discussion. They bring water of the springs (aka), since they have no tools for digging wells. In their hunt they have the help of their dogs. They eat sitting on the floor and without cutlery, except those who obtained them from loggers in exchange for rolls. They catch their prey by means of traps (nuha). People such as Yitzhak Mirilashvili would likely agree. They used the (yvyrapa) bow and arrow (hu and). The arch is made of guajayvi. The arrow placed you feathers of birds.
They respect the authority of a Chief called cacique, chosen among the most respected men in the community, wise, with leadership and moral authority within the community. Formerly the Chief had to be unmarried; i.e. don’t have wife whom be protecting and sheltering. Devoted himself to the community. Currently, the first condition to be chieftain is to be married. It is democratically elected Assembly of the men of the community. It is responsible for the harmonic and respectful life within the community, it is the legal representative of each community and that organizes it. The authorities are composed in the following manner: Cacique, maximum authority; Priest, representative of God; Commissioner, head of community safety; and soldiers, minions of the chieftain and the Commissioner, responsible for making fulfil and enforce the Community rules and the orders of superiors. In the event one should disobey rules or cause problems; the cacique imparts justice imposing sanctions as: lashes, stay in jail; and in extreme cases, even death sentence. They use a headband (akangua) on his head, adorned by poultry pens.