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Sunday, April 07, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post







For me,All of the above!!!

Amala and ewedu soup with goat meat with body odour works for me every time.....

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  1. Yaba left escapee7 April 2019 at 18:02

    4. Calabar.

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    1. Hausa cannot cook. Its either sugar filled, spice filled or fries (oil filled). But they are the bosses suya!!!!

      I know south southerners are good with dishes. Can't differentiate the States with their dishes.

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    2. Hausa cook ke? That their mia cooker wey be like omomo shiettt

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    3. hausa that puts raw oil and maggi on the food they sell...there is this Brown 1 dy eat with tooth pick

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    4. Don't really know how their food taste like,but d few times I've been opportune to watch them cook for occasion,it was irritating to the point I felt like vomiting. I don't think i can eat their food

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  2. Edo and Delta

    Argue with your ancestors

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  3. Since Delta is not there, Yoruba for me. Have you tasted yoruba orishirishi stew? Heavenly.

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    1. Pepper, pepper, pepper!
      You will definitely use a bowl of iced block to eat it.

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    2. Kikikikiki πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Leave our pepper alone

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    3. I hate when I am eating I will be sweating and and keep drinking water..
      The next thing I will purge for days.so no thank u

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    4. lolzzzz u is not kind rara

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    5. Yaba left escapee7 April 2019 at 19:02

      Cameroun + Ghana + Nigerian pepper full inside.

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    6. The pepper is the real deal. Lol

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    7. Oh love that pepper taste hmmm some of u will not like Stella opinion. Ntoooor

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    8. Please what is the benefit of pepper in human's body?

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    9. Emi tΓ­ Γ³ jαΊΉ ata αΊΉ̀mΓ­ yαΊΉpαΊΉrαΊΉ.

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  4. Igbo foods are best.

    adighi ama aka.

    All tribe like Igbo foods.

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    1. Chike chukwu gozie gi. U sabi wella.

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    2. biko let nobody come here and tell me that Benin people know how to cook.
      they can cook rubbish ehn...
      this is my 4 years in Benin but I have not see any restaurant in Benin that can cook.

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    3. You're not in Benin.

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    4. Lol Chike, that was why when I said most South South states I intentionally dodged Edo. Their cooking terribly terrible 🀣🀣🀣

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    5. Choke go to oga ETETE.

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  5. Edo girls can cook for Africa not because I'm one but cos I have had the opportunity to taste from different tribes severally of which Edo did more better follow by Yoruba peeps. I'm a testimony!

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  6. They want to start a tribal war this evening.

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  7. I have tasted from all the above and it was thrash.
    I will always give it to Edo people.
    Bini and esan.
    I remember when we were in nollywood
    I and my friend usually buy food from benin to asaba cos their food was crap.

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    1. Esan no sabi o benin i can manage but delta the best

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  8. Amala with Gbegiri & Ewedu and assorted meat is for the win.

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  9. Our fisherman soup beat all if them hands down, but Igbo cook well, Yoruba cook pepper, Hausa drinks milk n rice...dey don't cook soup, as in SOUP.

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    1. BB you will live long for saying the truth.
      Igbos are the best cook c'mon...

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    2. @Blackey
      Na Fisherwoman you dey chop before ya bed-breaking sexcapades?πŸ˜‰
      Na Viagra porridge be dat one?
      Na only ajuju n' ese okwu I been ask o.πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†
      Onye isi ndi Pharisee na Saducees na Herodians.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. Lol, herodians, that's a new one.

      Black yansh leave me o.

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    4. You nailed it!
      Igbo kwenu! *side eye

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  10. stews, jollof= Yoruba
    Soups and Native delicacies= Akwa Ibom/Efiks
    Local snacks= Hausa
    ugba, abacha, Isi ewu=Igbo

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    1. Jollof na togo people get am oooh!! If them cook that party jollof for you?? Kai!!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      Yoruba stew sef dey!!

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    2. Walahi local snacks na Hausa, there's no seed they don't grind with sugar and give it a name, growing up in the north was everything.

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    3. @cookie some Togo people have Yoruba heritage. Togo and rep of Benin have some Yoruba speaking areas, it’s colonialism that divided them into different countries

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    4. Where should i send your kisses to! Your truth is too truthful

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  11. I fit chop any solid Nigerian grub but not too much pepper.😜

    Sdk and this "goat meat with body odor" don tey. How you go sabi say e get body odor when them don cook am and e dey plate? Abi you get goat body odor measurement for ya tongue?
    😊😊😊

    But wahala been dey o. Make I ask my ajuju n' ese okwu?
    Where/which tribe get indomie? Mmmmhhh, na only that one my friends, the Naija (Pharisee) girls sabi mix o.
    😜😜😜😜



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    1. native igbo Imkpi(goat) Has the smell... the smell makes the taste wonderful

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  12. Me I be Igbo oh but when it comes to party rice and then stew na yoruba be number one joor. Local soups(Egusi, Oha, Ofe owerri, etc.) and other local delicacies like breadfruit, nkwobi, etc. na Igbos get that side.

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  13. Na Igbo nau followed by crossriverians and ibibios, Yoruba food no pass plenty pepper and plenty pieces of meat. Hausa no even near at all, don't know how they eat all those sugar and fries sef. Going anon on this mbok, I don't want fire on my head.

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  14. I am hausa but i believe igbos cook better

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  15. Hausas ofcourse

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  16. If you have eaten a correct hausa food.you will know they cook better

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  17. Better soup na money kill am.igbos.hausa then yoruba.yoruba with their manage manage.soup no go sweet now

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  18. My best friend is Igbo and she makes the best Igbo soups I have ever eaten, I love masa from the Hausa tribe, don’t know much about Hausa food. I love efik soups sooooo much. Me I can’t choose, I don’t like amala but I love our efo elegusi and efo riro so much. There is no winner because my best food is Chinese fried rice with Singapore noodles and shredded beef sauce. Asian food lovers say πŸ‘‹ hi.

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    1. @Witch
      Na when una sleep una dey zukoo chop that Chingo thing wey you yarn there?πŸ‘€πŸ˜―πŸ˜―
      All of una wey go say hi, be ready for dream chops. Ekwucha kwa m.

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  19. calabar and Igbo food.

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  20. Hausa.igbo.yoruba .na so i be even for thier girls.i have tastes all

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    1. Olodo rabata. Afi I have tastes all na

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  21. Igbos are the best hands down. See how yoruba guys dey rush our Igbo sisters for marriage, you think they don't know what it means to have a great menu all year round in their homes. Biko Igbos na No 1..

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    1. Yorubas marry igbo girls for love and because yorubas are not tribalistic. Not because of food

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    2. Yorubas are not tribalistic? Oh church!

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  22. I like Hausa foods especially kilishi.
    Someone told me that those people that have boundary with Benin Republic, if there is no pepper or not enough pepper in their food, they vomit. Is it true?

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  23. Yoruba :Jollof Rice and moi moi

    Igbo : soup, if you eat rice in Igbo land, u will cry, both stew and Jollof.

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    1. I agree. I served in Asia State and couldn't eat out throughout. The rice was always too soft and mash and the stew was basically tomato puree and dry pepper. Oh Lord.It was horrible.

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    1. Delta have tribes, which one

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  25. Most of the South South states. That's from Delta to Cross River State

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  26. I'm Yoruba but Igbo food is the best.
    *yeeee who slapped me*

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    1. Sabulus biko oburu egwu stop it.
      you are IGBO .
      you are IGBO.
      you are IGBO.

      Nne don't come and go and confuse me na obi adirokwa m mma.

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    2. Lol @ Castel, na me slap you

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    3. I will reslap u
      If u know see well

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  27. Come to pH n taste correct native soup from a Kalabari woman's pot,you will testify.

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    1. The one wey you go finish eating you come "marry by mistake" okwa ya? 😊😊😊
      Them go tell you "congrats on your marriage", you go begin cry.

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  28. Not all about the tribe but depends on the individual. Some people can't boil water to save their soul.
    I'm igbo and can cook igbo food.
    Married to a south South guy and can cook their food perfectly well.

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  29. Igbo and Calabar people are the best!

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  30. Y'all shouldn't drive G&M outta here, please trollers... I like reading from her...

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  31. South South / S E for swallow from Delta banga to calabar edikaikong, afang editan, afia efere,Rivers native soup, fisherman soup, then MOI moi and rice of any kind is Yoruba. Hausa for suya, kilishi.

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  32. For native dishes, the efiks, anyday, anytime

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  33. Calabar and Delta.Sugar babe.

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  34. Igbo an Calabar, Yoruba pepper, hausa sugan and ajino moto

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  35. OMG Stella no go kill person.Which one be body odor again?

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  36. For me it depends on what I want to
    For street food, Hausa meals na die! From suya to noodles to masa and even yogurt. They got you for snacks and small chops
    For nice sit in meals, efik\ ibibio
    For flexing igbo with abacha ,ugba, isiewu and palmwine
    For owambes, yorubas. I prefer their jollof rice
    So it all depends on what I want to eat

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