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How come 90% of igbo peeps i know..

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kolinzo

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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.
Ah Bolaanle! You are forming names....i no believe you. Abi dat na Sierra Leone food?
 

Aust_nne

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HMMM, Chi..I am the embarrasing Partner when It comes to food o.

I go to a resturant and I use my hands and eat o...U'd barely see me with a manicured nail because I prepare for future akpu/amala/indian food eating times...We went to an Indian Resturant once and it was all the American Indian wannabes...I just took off my jacket, crossed my legs, Washed my hands and started digging into the Rice..and licking my fingers sequentially..My partners reaction is another story.

Looking like someone..LOL...We used to make Akpu back in the days ( I be Aba babe remember :))...and I used to fry garri as well.
 

chi

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HMMM, Chi..I am the embarrasing Partner when It comes to food o.

I go to a resturant and I use my hands and eat o...U'd barely see me with a manicured nail because I prepare for future akpu/amala/indian food eating times...We went to an Indian Resturant once and it was all the American Indian wannabes...I just took off my jacket, crossed my legs, Washed my hands and started digging into the Rice..and licking my fingers sequentially..My partners reaction is another story.

Looking like someone..LOL...We used to make Akpu back in the days ( I be Aba babe remember :))...and I used to fry garri as well.
u know easy ...:): .... but it ain't showing in your appearance ..........my dear keep doing it your own style .... that make you real.....:bouncy:happy024:
 

paj

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HMMM, Chi..I am the embarrasing Partner when It comes to food o.

I go to a resturant and I use my hands and eat o...U'd barely see me with a manicured nail because I prepare for future akpu/amala/indian food eating times...We went to an Indian Resturant once and it was all the American Indian wannabes...I just took off my jacket, crossed my legs, Washed my hands and started digging into the Rice..and licking my fingers sequentially..My partners reaction is another story.

Looking like someone..LOL...We used to make Akpu back in the days ( I be Aba babe remember :))...and I used to fry garri as well.
..no bee because U no sabi use cutlery?:excite
 

Hubscrown

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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...
Amala is mostly for "Awon ara ilu oke" the yoruba's in Oyo, Osun, Kwara. They also like Fufu and Lafun. Ekiti and Ondo prefer Iyan to Amala.

For me I will take Fufu, Iyan, Lafun then Amala or Eba.
But I love the Amala that they mixed with Okro and red pepper. The one that they warm up together the day after. I forgot what they call it...

Btw, they also call Amala, Oka (re do) like Oka baba - millet. Thats what we call it in Kwara mostly. :ringed
 

NTB

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Then what will you say about akpu?

I only ate it when we visited my late grandmother in Nnewi or when she visited us. Best eaten with onugbu or nsala soup.

I no de gree it now cause the smell too much abeg. In place of the original I prefer to cook fresh yam and then pound it. Awesome
 

paj

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Amala is mostly for "Awon ara ilu oke" the yoruba's in Oyo, Osun, Kwara. They also like Fufu and Lafun. Ekiti and Ondo prefer Iyan to Amala.

For me I will take Fufu, Iyan, Lafun then Amala or Eba.
But I love the Amala that they mixed with Okro and red pepper. The one that they warm up together the day after. I forgot what they call it...

Btw, they also call Amala, Oka (re do) like Oka baba - millet. Thats what we call it in Kwara mostly. :ringed
..dat backward state....evil:
 
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