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SOME AFRICAN CONTEMPORARY DELICACIES

Hi readers and seekers of Global kitchen knowledge like me, through the Global Food Book. I find this platform an interesting site to communicate, inform, and educate you on some African contemporary delicacies. I urge you to share with me types of food, processes and methods of preparation, as you will find it exciting, tempting and very easy to administer in your own kitchen, by yourself. ORA SO

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OFE AKWU

Ofe akwu is a West African local stew prepared with palm kernel fruits and other ingredients.

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OFE AKWU AND RICE

Ofe akwu is a special local stew prepared with local spices and scent leaves which gives it a distinguishing taste and aroma. Give it a try.

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OGIRI OKPEI (CASTOR SEED) - AN AROMATIC SEASONING TO SPICE-UP YOUR MEALS

Hi friends,Where do I just start from? Well, let me start by asking if you've ever eaten any tasteless meal? Yes I've had some unlucky occasions when I ate some tasteless meals and I have no doubts you too must have experienced such. Food tastelessness can be as a result of using the wrong ingredients or possibly using the right ingredients but with the wrong cooking methods. Whichever one still l

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YAY! UNBOXING CANON EOS 6D

 [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO9PNYEgs1U[/embed]I can now confidently say that I am amazingly excited that I will henceforth be using Canon EOS 6D for my food photography. I just unboxed the Canon EOS 6D Camera and I am ecstatic.Ooh la la I am mmmmmm................. as in seriously dancing!Ask me why?Well, because I am finally unboxing my Canon EOS 6d. Yes, Yes, Yes!Sorry that I a

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AYAMASE STEW

Ayamase stew is such an interesting stew you can think of if you are passionate about traditional food because the local spices used for the preparation are such that will awaken your traditional taste bud.

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18 EYE-POPPING BENEFITS OF ARIDAN (TETRAPLEURA TETRAPTERA)

Over the past years, plants have become an indispensable source of food and medicine. To a larger extent, most people depend greatly on medicinal plants as an important source of remedy and treatment for most casual and life-threatening diseases. As a result, there is a growing demand all over the world for these medicinal plants. Aside from tackling diseases, people are resorting more to these me

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HERE'S WHAT YOU STAND TO GAIN FROM THE AFRICAN LOCUST BEANS

It is just phenomenal how we are surrounded with countless valuable plants that are not only essential for maintaining a friendly ecosystem but as well as for supporting our bodies. While some of these plants serve as food for man, others are used for medicinal or some other significant purposes.  But the concern is that we often fail to acknowledge most of these valuable plants in other to gain a

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15 WORTHY BENEFITS OF WATERLEAF (TALINUM TRIANGULARE)

Waterleaf Assuming that nature never offered us any sort of vegetations such as vegetables, plants, trees, how could we have survived? Could there have been other alternatives? There are no doubts that vegetables continue to play important roles in our survival ~ supplying our bodies with essential nutrients that are necessary for our wellbeing. Several vegetables all over the world serve as bot

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BENEFITS OF BITTER LEAVES (VERNONIA AMYGDALINA)

You might have heard or come across bitter leaves! It could be that you have used it at some point in your life either for preparing soups, dishes or for medicinal purposes. But if I may ask, do you know the reasons why adding bitter leaves (Vernonia amygdalina) to your diet is so important? This healer plant locally known as onugbu, is a very popular plant in the African continent but its popular

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Nsala Soup (White Soup)

Easy recipe for preparing a unique and palatable nsala soup (white soup) for your delight. The combination of the necessary ingredients with some fresh catfish was a perfect combo for this soup.

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BENEFITS OF PEANUTS (ARACHIS HYPOGAEA)

Peanuts botanically known as Arachis hypogaea belongs to the species of legume of the Fabaceae family (Feng et., al 2012). It is an annual plant growing approximately 30 to 50 cm tall which originated from Paraguay. They are known with other names such as ground nuts, monkey nuts or pygmy nuts.According to the Peanut Institute, peanuts are rich sources of vitamin E, niacin, copper, phosphorus magn

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Recipe For Oha Soup

Oha soup is an African traditional soup prepared with oha leaves. It is very easy to prepare and also not time consuming once you can make it. People in the Western world can easily find the oha leaves in any African shop, including the cooking ingredients. The recipe for oha soup is very easy and yet super delicious.

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