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Blending Moi-Moi

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NTB

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All this talk about moimoi don make me hungry for it. Am surrounded by naija restaurants and all within walking distance. What am I do but satisfy the hunger sweat:
 

Maxx

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:sign0031: and you sabi any place where I fit get agege bread for Htown?
Well, there's this brand they call 'Jolly Jolly'. The 2 African stores I patronize carry them. Its very sweet, soft and very much like Agege bread. Since Agege bread is irreplaceable, I guess this one will make a nice substitute :)
 

Maxx

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NTB, I didn't quote you right, but I guess you understand my response..
And it would have been great to see you o. I guess there'll be other opportunities.. :)
 

NTB

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NTB, I didn't quote you right, but I guess you understand my response..
And it would have been great to see you o. I guess there'll be other opportunities.. :)
Sola go fix the quote tags. Looking forward to meeting ya soon.
 

barbarellanoir

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it's been a while but i vividly remember not liking the texture.
and i didn't like the taste, i seem to remember a slight after-taste, but it's been a while since i tried it
i prepared it the exact same way i prepare with my regular beans, same ingredients and all.
just didn't like it.

Same here...my mum and sis said the taste was off, and slightly metallic...needless to say, we discovered the skinned beans at the local Afro grocery store.
 
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