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Saturday, 5 August 2017

Saturday Breakfast Post

One quick question that has been on my mind.....Is Custard a dried version of Akamu?




I consider this an ideal breakfast when combined with Bean cakes or Moin moin.....I plan on the custard and will add the bean cakes from my imagination..lol

What are you having?Balanced meal or combined orisirisi?lol

Those of you who swallow in the mornings,repent now!..lol
Back home I used to LOOOOVE hot uncooked eba and Okro sauce for breakfast....or fried eggs and plantain,Omo forget this Coffee and bread brouhaha i now take every morning!

Enjoy your Breakfast or Mid morning snack.

92 comments:

  1. Ogi ati milk for now, the cold is doing me somehow




    *Larry was here*

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    1. I'm already in my shop so I bought mama Emeka's ofeakwu,rice,beans,plantain,kpomo and afo anu

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    1. Stella 'okro sauce and tomato soup'

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    2. Please I need a little help here. Can I take porridge while on keto diet? Help a sister pls.

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    3. Thanks Swag. I almost did but held back.

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  3. Banga soup catfish and hot starch for this cold weather.

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  4. Water, water only. I only take water till I eat by 2pm. If I get too hungry, I take green tea or coffee. After working so hard to shed weight, I cannot afford to add again. Still losing sef. Who fat epp?

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    1. Continue, the Lord is your strength. I'm still expecting your mail




      *Larry was here*

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    2. How about fruits for breakfast? It's filling but with less calories instead of just water. If I try just water, I'll be like a walking dead throughout the day.

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    3. LMAO ๐Ÿ˜ cherry Topaz's comment
      Me,I can't try that dieting oh! I'll just disappear...LMAO๐Ÿ˜ too sweet abeg
      I thank GOD everyday that I'm not fat
      What would I have done bikonu?

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    4. I feel you @Priceless. Wehdone!
      Ma dear sis @Amanda! Its really a thing to be thankful for cos we wey get bigbone/fat for body dey hear am. Chai

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    5. Amanda and Cherry una own good.

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  5. #Accept the fact that all events occur for a reason, and that it is within your capacity to see this reason as positive*

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  6. MonkeyNoFineTheTafiaMama5 August 2017 at 09:43

    Enjoying spaghspaghetti with stew #yummy

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  7. why north coll eat 'Akara sins na the pishurr wer dey yhua imajinashion be that????

    na Naija fool ear, wen yhu dey menshion jaman foods, nobi for inklish yhu dey put am... pliss stop torning off awa loff for Akara by collin eat bin-kek

    pliss stop mixin lite an dakness togeda cus e go repail..

    #AkaraNorthBin-Kek.

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  8. I stay away from such things before they will use wheel barrow and carry me so fattening.

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  9. A huge mug of moringa tea after yesterday's chocolate binge.I added some brandy to calm my stomach and warm my insides.

    Hello Mermaids!Shout out to your blankets and hot drinks.This weather is 'wikkid'.

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  10. Pawpaw+bananas+avocados+grapes all from the orchard. Nobody feels like walking to the kitchen. There are times like that๐Ÿ˜

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  11. Nah beans and soaked garri sure pass this morning. Thank you Lord for this provision. Some have food they can not eat, some can eat but have no food but we have food and we can eat glory to the Lord. In all things, situation, challenges give thanks

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  12. Custard don dey hungry me now....chaiii...these hormones
    But tea and bread this morning and rice and stew shortly after..
    Don't judge I'm eating for two

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  13. The conventional custard is made from corn starch.
    The last time I had custard was in the boarding school.
    Every Saturday morning, we'd dissolve our custard powder with water in a bowl, and run down to the refectory, then line up and wait for the matrons to bring us hot water to make it.
    Sometimes after waiting for so long at the queue, before it gets to your turn the hot water is finished.very frustrating.I used to wonder then why hot water had to be a luxury for us since we were banned from having any form of cooking equipment.
    Ahhh..memories!

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  14. Freshly prepared oha soup with enough cow leg.I'm thinking of using EBA or semo to wack it!
    Life too sweet!

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    1. Sexydaddy,I thought you said you will stop eating cowmeat bcos of the video you watched?
      Enjoy your oha soup,its my favorite soup too.

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    2. Sexy daddy one of these days, all the cows who's legs you've eaten will line up and wait for you at your doorstep with one leg each. Then once you emerge from your house they'll demand you just eat the 2nd leg altogether at once so you'll accomplish your mission by making them 'legless' ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. Just riwacha Cow leg inu?

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    3. Intelligentsia princess darling the Fulani mumu sperm no reach the cow leg now abi?Lol

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    4. Loolz! Your love for this oha soup though! Enjoy jare, life too sweet no be lie.

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    5. Hahahahahaha...sexydaddy haff killed me with laughter.

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    6. Eba is the best o.
      Don't use semo. U won't enjoy it.

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    7. Nina nwannem odiro possible! Lol.How is your family dear?

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    8. Lmao Nina that would be a hilarious sight

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  15. Fried rice got me dis morning

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  16. Tea and bread on my my mind.
    Lovely weather for hot tea.

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  17. Custard! Dunno why I just can't it, no matter the amount of milk and sugar added. I'd rather invest them on pap. Pap over custy any day and time.

    Rice, beans and stew noni.

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    1. Pap is better. I never add sugar to my custard, just milk.

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    2. Same here,I hate custard eeh!

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    3. Oh...see my ppl.
      Custard isnt my friend atall

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    4. My love for Hollandia custard is none negotiable. My love for custard grew to its peak when I was in school, pap is not always available and I added custard to my provisions. Since then, no turning back




      *Larry was here*

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    5. I've not even tasted it before. I prefer my akamu smell

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    6. The only way I can take custard is Pre mixed with some sugar and then most importantly, with lots of milk. I don't mix the milk in oh, just scoop bits of the custard with the milk. That's the only way I can take custard

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    7. Pap is the bomb.Hate custard like kilode

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  18. Cant remember d last time I had custard o! Veryyy Ideal for breakfast but I substitute with pap now.
    Yummy oat and apple this am.

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    1. Gimbiyana inakwana..
      Kintashi lafia?

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    2. Abi o @Mrs R!
      Ina gejiya Intelligentsia princess? Na tashi lafiya kalau mama na, ba masala sam.๐Ÿ˜ Ki huta lafiya kwo.๐Ÿ˜˜

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    3. Sandy yo nwanyioma if only you know what custard does to your sperm gage.Lol

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    4. Chai! Sandy o! I need that oat like now now. I love oats a bunch!

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    5. Cynthia, you no like am reach moi. Like its a must have in d house.

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  19. Homemade akara dey hungry me. Can akara be fried with frying pan? My deep fryer don pack up and getting a new one in this buhari economy na die.

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    1. Of course you can,put enough oil in the pan oh

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    2. Graรงias Amanda you're bae. Can't imagine buying akara outside that is as small as lizard egg.

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    3. Haba!! Our mama been no get deep fryer.

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    4. SWAG shebi na that big deep pan and firewood dem been dey use fry am like those women for junction? ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒbiko miss me with that one๐Ÿ˜ฉ Na stress. Deep fryer is bae.

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    5. Nawa oo...see question.Nooo it can't be fried with frying pan but plastic bucket

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  20. fried plantain and tomato sauce. Yummy

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  21. I took custard with muesli and milk! First time trying it and it was superb.

    No, custard is not the dried version of pap.
    Though its made from corn but, there is vanilla added to it.

    Fresh pap is healthier.

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    1. Never knew pap is healthier. Thanks Ma"am for the info.

      Had a combo of many things bread and tea inclusive.

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  22. Indomie with smoked cat fish and plenty pepper and onions.

    But Stella you don make me dey hungry for pap and milk with hot kosei. Gaskia banaso irin wagan abun.

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    1. Indomie and smoked catfish with lots of pepper and onions! I swear I was been thinking of this for lunch and then fried rice and barbeque for dinner. Come and chop ๐Ÿ˜œ

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  23. Okpa and Akamu,after na sleep sure pass.

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    1. Always eating okpaa.hate that Okpa.can't deal

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    2. Still don't understand the okpa thing,the smell alone nah die,the taste?bleh

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  24. Tea and bread with Akra on my mind the weather is too cold here, custard is way too expensive mbok๐Ÿ™ˆ

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    1. There are very cheap ones out there like those Hollandia products. I hate custard with a passion and there's a story behind it.

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  25. Someone gave me this thing, we call it ochicha in Igbo but I want to know the English name. It comes in a giant pod and the edible part when extracted is usually white or yellow depending on the specie, its sweet and cruchy with a red seed.

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  26. Custard is pap that schooled abroad

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  27. Akara and bread and tea!! The weather is very cold here chaiiii

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  28. Rice and pepper soup.

    My cousin traveled out this morning so Mumsy woke up early to prepare food for him to eat.

    See the guyman starched white shirt and shoe. Lol.

    Abroad good o

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  29. The weather is doing me lazy things and i am not hungry sef.

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  30. SHANTELLE HOT UNCOOKED EBA IS WHEN YOU POUR HOT WATER OVER DRY GARRI AND LET IT SOAK:::THE WATER DOES NOT GET TO BOILING POINT...........THATS THE ONLY EBA I CAN SWALLOW CANT STAND THE STICKY ONES.....oops didnt know i was typing i caps...sorry about that

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    1. You gatz shout make i for 'hear' you ba? Lmaooo.

      Thanks for replying,now i understand your comment.

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  31. guys has any one tried frying samosa wraps before? OMG!!! its crunchy and super great.

    i dont eat cookies again ever since i made the discovery two months aga. i made samosa yesterday and i had some left over wraps which i fried and have been snacking on it since last night.

    very crunchy and nice, goes with everything and anything. be it coke, fanta, kunu, zobo or even juice.

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  32. Had two eggs fried in 1 teaspoon of butter, one apple and green tea with 1/2 lime. Lunch will be one chicken breast cooked in 1 teaspoon of butter dinner will be plain oats. Started dieting on Monday. Operation weight must come down. I have lost 4kg so far. Goal is to lose 18 kg by September. Wish me luck

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    1. Plain oats, recommend any that's not fattening. I donno if the oats I just finished yesterday is making me add weight or something else?

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  33. Hot amala+ ogbono,fรฏsh, ponmo, crayfish

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  34. My neighbor got akara for us, I made pap,the weather here is so cold.breakie was on point.Stella ,I think custard is d dry form of akamu,na corn dem dey take make am too.

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  35. Boiled corn and pear

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  36. Custard is dry white starch extracted from maize and processed by adding artificial flavours, salt, sugar and yellow colouring. Only difference it is dry, akamu is wet. Na d same Mama born dem.
    People don't like it because of the aroma from the Sunset Yellow Colouring they add. The aroma for some is uhhhhhh!

    You can buy the pinkish Gold's Strawberry Flavored Custard in White plastic bucket. It's like taking creamy ice cream. I make home made Akamu myself but I still stock buckets of custard, there are visitors you don't serve Akamu. Hahaha.
    And some of my kids prefer custard. So we're good.

    Amanda Favour...saw your question last weekend. Yes Limca drinks are still available. Same content. The company had management issues and Coca Cola bought them over(check the bottle cover). I substitute anytime I'm missing my Emene palm wine, I pour them into a big jug, chill and drink away but I've received my Obilidike aka na ani on Thursday afternoon. So bye to Limca for now.

    Happy weekend people.

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