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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

469 comments:

  1. Pounded yam and nsala soup.

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  2. Onugbu (bitteleaf soup) and fufu/pounded yam

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  3. Banga and starch

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  4. Amala dudu with ewedu and gbegiri, three-in-one pounded yam (iyan oloba meta) with egusi soup or efo riro. Yummy

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  5. Eba and watery beans with assorted meat

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  6. Starch and black soup

    Plantain and owo

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  7. Amala ati ewedu
    Pounded yam with bitterleaf soup

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    1. Nwayioma!😍😍 I know it's a yoruba food shaa, can't tell the particular state. #CHISOM

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    2. You are half and half. Yoruba and Igbo.

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    3. Amala ati Ewedu- Ibadan

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    4. Ms.A I love you ma'am😍

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  8. Boiled Plantain, yam and owo

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  9. White garri and ground nut

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    1. Ms A, you can hardly find people eating white garri in Edo and Delta region oh.
      We do yellow, whether soaking or for eba.

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    2. Anonymous, you're very right! I overlooked the "white" garri.

      It is ijebu thingy

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  10. Bitter leaf soup and fufu.. Aka akpu

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  11. Akple and fetri detsi😊

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  12. Cocoyam soup with yellow garri

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  13. Edikainko and semo

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    1. Omg!!
      OMG!!
      I know this one

      ABIRIBA!! My small London πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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  15. We no get food. We borrow from others and cook.

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    1. Wetin una dey borrow from others and cook?

      Which fruits dem dey see for your state or village?

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  16. Boiled yam, palm oil and pepper soup

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  17. Okay, i don't know the answers to any. πŸ˜’

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  18. Ofe Nsala. Ugbo oka

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  19. Ugba, ofe Owerre

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  20. Okro peppersoup
    Banga soup and starch
    Kpokpo garri
    Ogwo esha
    Egusi peppersoup

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  21. For where I grew up it's Ofe Achara

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  22. Lafun and gbure oloboro.( White Amala and watery waterleaf soup).

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  23. Bush rat,pork and pounded yam

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  25. Ofe onugbu and Ofe Oha😍😍😍. #CHISOM

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  26. Pounded yam/Akpu and Nsala
    Nsala soup with (Azu ndu)
    Onugbo soup
    Ogbono and corn flour.

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  27. Cajanus Cajan and dried Colocasia esculenta

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  28. Black soup and pounded yellow yam

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  29. Echicha or Otipi

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  30. Steak and mashed potatoes

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  31. Amala, Ewedu and gbegiri

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