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How come 90% of igbo peeps i know..

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Abike

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#61
So far:

NTB (igbo) no like am!
Honorbu (igbo) no like am!
Reflects + Med (igbo by default) no like am!


PaJ- (Yoruba) - like amKing of amala kingdom
Abike -(yoroba) like am
Mimi (yoroba) - like am
Simi (yoroba) - like am


E be like say e dey insai DNA...
 

chi

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#63
me i like amala .... especially with ewedu soup....................... those days .... at marina ..lagos .... i like going to the bukas just to eat that amala and ewedu ...
 
#64
noooo o im omo ibadan. my dad ate it every single day when was younger.

So far:

NTB (igbo) no like am!
Honorbu (igbo) no like am!
Reflects + Med (igbo by default) no like am!


PaJ- (Yoruba) - like amKing of amala kingdom
Abike -(yoroba) like am
Mimi (yoroba) - like am
Simi (yoroba) - like am


E be like say e dey insai DNA...
 

kolinzo

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#65
me i like amala .... especially with ewedu soup....................... those days .... at marina ..lagos .... i like going to the bukas just to eat that amala and ewedu ...
We got one!!! :fing02:

But in all honesty, Iyan (pounded yam) is the best of the okeles. Iyan with Egusi, the kind of Egusi wey dem dey prepare for meetings or occassions like marriage, chieftaincy christenings, for Yooba land, na helele.
 

blackpearl

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#66
Different strokes for different people oh.
I do like Amala - but don't eat it that often.
Same goes for yoruba not likeing foods from other tribes. Moi for example don't like Abacha (spelling) - it tasts nasty to me but that's just me sha.
 

Abike

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#68
The one that has all kinds of assorted meats like the assorted lice in PaJ's hair :D, with egusi, iru, and lots of epo abi?

grinning:
We got one!!! :fing02:

But in all honesty, Iyan (pounded yam) is the best of the okeles. Iyan with Egusi, the kind of Egusi wey dem dey prepare for meetings or occassions like marriage, chieftaincy christenings, for Yooba land, na helele.
 

grafikdon

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#69
I love amala and I have made it several times back in Naija. I remember using sliced yam (the ''sweet'' yam) dried in the sun. Eating it with Egwusi soup with plenty plenty Okporoko and mangala was the bomb. Everyone in my family loved it more than Bush loves war. Haven't had it in ages though but heck...I haven't had a lot of Naija delicacies...

For those who dislike it because of the color, I remember there is a way to make a ''lighter'' version that has almost the same taste as the ''darkie''...can't remember that method now...but forget about the ''look'' and taste it...I bet you will never touch gari (apart from drinking it with cocnut, ground nut and other orisirisi:fing05:) again in the presence of Amala.

Amala is like the lighter version of alibo (alibo is smoother though).
 

Mojames

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#76
btw amala na for matured minds jare!!!!....and dat yeye honorabu wey talk say amala no good....u no know nothing yet....chop fresh and well prepared hot amala with okro or thick ogbono with assorted insai and you shall never depart from it !....as for the smell, i no smell nothing jor....akpu wey dey smell like ---- nko??
 

Folashade

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#77
..seriously..what else can U complare to Amala,really..when U think about am?Semolina too hard and tasts like corn...Kenkey na anoda different tory....Eba dey ok ,dat one na standard and when other options dey na guest wey U no like U dey make am for :D,Akpu na to chop before U go gym,Fufu na for if U dey work for UPS or load luggage for airport like Honorable:653:,Pounded is good but for yanki na "Just Add Wata",the day wey U ask Naijababe to pound real yam as show of affection na that day U go find out sey whoever sing "No Ordinary Love" no sabi wetin dem dey yan :D,so the champion wey go reign na Amala as the king of the Okeles(food wey U dey take hand chop) because E no dey too hard,not too soft,most nutritous(high in Fiber) and no..E no go turn ya belle black from the inside :D
Pa
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chi

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#78
We got one!!! :fing02:

But in all honesty, Iyan (pounded yam) is the best of the okeles. Iyan with Egusi, the kind of Egusi wey dem dey prepare for meetings or occassions like marriage, chieftaincy christenings, for Yooba land, na helele.
mehnnnnnnnnnn .... am hungry..... for me i think ... iyan goes well with egusi ... then amala with drawwwwwwwwww soup............. ahhhhh.........

ewedu is very good ....... i heard it ....does boost up a lady's fertility
 
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