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    1. You know this😁😁😁😁

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    1. Its food we are talking about here pls,not pepper.

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    2. Abeg leave it o jare ! l be Yoruba.
      Lie no good.
      Nothing beats Banga & Starch, with fresh breathing fishes, Periwinkle (imekpe) taiko, rogoje, beletete leaves etc..
      Yelkow and Yellow, bless my belle.
      Served inside clay plates, abegii

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    3. Hahahahaha.yoruba indeed

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    4. I'm yoruba and as much as I love my culture that is not a fact. Unless maybe ur talking efo riro and even at that, most always ibom and cross river soups beat it hands down. I give it to my efik bros and sisters abeg

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  3. Haba! This isn't even up for discussion, na Igbo.
    Igbo amaka biko.

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    1. Iji okwuπŸ˜€πŸ˜˜

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    2. Igbo of course. No competition at all...

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    3. No be only amaka na chibundu.
      Una better manage 4th position.

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    4. Give it to d igbos o. Way back, I used to say yoruba cannot win cooking competition,but right now, after enjoying ewedu/gbegiri I changed my mind. But still, Igbos delicacies all d way!

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  4. It is my tribe. We cook very well.
    We add our meals to our pepper.😜😜😜😜

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£ which tribe naaaa

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    2. Yoruba!!!!!! 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣she does not need to mention the tribe.



      It is efik for me.

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    4. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    5. Have u eaten fisher man soup before? Native soup from rivers? I wonder why people criticise Yoruba because of pepper. Those soups I mentioned are damned peppered

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  5. Any tribes that prepare vegetable soup or stew is good to go for me.

    But, I will never downplay Amala ati ewedu ati gbegiri ati orishirishiπŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ€©πŸ€©

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  6. Igbo tribe πŸ₯³πŸšΆ‍♀️πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ₯³

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  7. Let me shout, it's AKWA IBOM OOOOO.

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    1. Hmmm. I agree ooo

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    2. Candy please shout louder for those at the back

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  8. Mmmh every tribe has a unique delicacy so its hard to tell .

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  9. Akwa ibom, one of my admirer den, udeme bribes mi wit a cooler of home cooked meal evry working day. Wawu!

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    1. @one of your admirers then. He did alladat and you did not fall?πŸ˜‚ He apparently thought the way to a woman's heart is through her stomach but you proved him wrong.

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  10. I vote delta because I looooove banga and starch so much.
    Thank God for banga and starch.
    What tribe own afang soup? That soup too is a banger.

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    1. Efik/Ibibio. One of my fav soups

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    2. Banga and starch what? I'd rather eat Rivers fisherman soup with correct poundo yam or semo.

      Thanks for saying Afang is a banger tho! We'll gladly welcome you to the winning team.

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    3. Thank you oooo Jare. Delta to the rescue

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    4. Akwa Ibom o. We have the BEST soups. 😁😁

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    5. Id really need to eat this famous banga and starch

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    6. @ Chocolate Noir take it from a woman married ro a delta man,that food is over hyped. The starch though, can't imagine eating what i use ro starch my clothes. I would say cross/ibom their ekpakukwo hope i spelled it right is to die for. Then my tribe opopo or onunu with fresh fish.

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    7. Banga is overhyped no offense. Just over glorified palm oil in a boil. I can't imagine it being good for cholesterol

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    8. Lol no na. Because its not sweet In your mouth dsnt mean its overhyped tho.
      Chocolate baby, pls try it

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    9. @anons thanks for the heads up
      I'd pass πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    10. Over hype food jor.
      Igbo all the way.
      When you travel, which soup do you normally see?
      If bitter leaf no dey, you will see ofe nsala... Argue with your hands.

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    11. Dear anons,i agree it is overhyped.

      @mao akuh,but your ppl don copy copy dey do 'ofe akwu'. Which is even worse..hehe.

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  11. It's ndi Igbo o.
    Only isi-ewu and nkwu ocha will sweep you off your feet.

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  12. How can you say Yoruba, Effik or Hausa but when they bring Abacha, isiewu or nkwobi you lick finger like food is going out of fashion😞😞😞. Please let’s not argue too much on this

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    1. Hehehe, see delicacy nau. You didn't finish work with ugba? πŸ˜‹.

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    2. Abacha ko,obasanjo ni!
      As for nkwobi,why crack bones and call it meat? Pure scam.

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    3. But you always enjoy it... Try nkwobi then or ugba n palmie

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    1. Yoru gini???? Abeg yoruba no get food

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    2. Lol anon 21:16 why na. We get food just that it is not popular. Efik food is the best though

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    3. Anon 8:08,thank you. God bless you!

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  14. Igbo tribe and Efik abi Calabar tribe..πŸ™Œ

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  15. Igbos.
    Ofe akwu
    Ofe nsala
    Ofe onugbu
    Ofe oha
    Ofe owerri
    Ofe achalla
    Ofe okazi
    Ofe okra
    Ofe ugu
    Ofe ogbono
    Ofe egusi

    Abacha
    Ugba na okporoko
    Nkwobi
    Okpa di oku
    Isi ewu
    Fiifio na aghara agha ede
    Ikpo ede
    Oka ajata na ncha
    Ukpa ede
    Elele moimoi
    Akara oku


    Ji akwukwo nri
    Ji mmili oku
    Ji na akidi
    Ji awii
    Ji agbugbo
    Ji mmanu
    Ona na ncha
    Ji agbugbo na unere
    Ji mkpacha na ugba
    Ede mmee na ugba
    Ojoko na aghara agha azu
    Ji mkpo na anu okpoo

    Jellof
    Osikapa na agwa
    Osikapa mmanu akagbe
    Osikapa na eghere eghe tomanto

    Agwa na ji
    Agwa na ojoko
    Agwa na ji nwannu
    Agwa na akidi




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    1. Moi moi and Akara is Yoruba. Even EgusiπŸ˜‚.

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    2. Nne ehh, e bu godi ezigbo nwa afo! Just nego di nri, dope ass nri oπŸ”₯πŸ”₯😘.

      You didn't add ugboguru/anyuu and ede ekoo.

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    3. Oh dear 😍😍😍

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    4. You go fear menu list na

      Bvs you guy should gather here and pick your choice bills on meπŸ˜‰

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    5. You finish work πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    6. Anon oooo!!!!πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜. I gbugo m!!!!

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    7. Anon oooo!!!!πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜. I gbugo m!!!!

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    8. πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½πŸ‘πŸ½
      In short I give it to you

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    9. Mahnn.....what tha feck is this?

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    10. Anon 19:0πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ½
      Iji ya, kponkwem- no contest

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    11. Iji Okwu! Igbo Kwenu! Igbo Amaka! I am proud to be an Igbo woman!

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    12. Anon

      🀝🏽🀝🏽🀝🏽 well detailed !!!

      I need to try out a few delicacies!!

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    13. Anony 19:04...I've saved the list.
      Nice compilation.

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    14. You forgot ofe ukpoguru...ask Owerri people

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  16. Chike's Boo of the booless.

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  17. I will say Yoruba. My people can cook too, our fisherman's soup is bae and kekefia with correct goat meat and fresh fish.

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    1. Which Yoruba?

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    2. Where are you from?
      Which one is kekefia? It sounds fun like Ghanaian kenken. Can it easily be ordered from one of these restaurants?

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    3. Kekefia is a riverine delicacy 😍😍😍 my people!!!


      And oh yes fisherman soup is everything, I dont like mine spicy though , I shouldn't be eating and crying πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    4. Wow@ Choco,kekefia here i come.

      Lmao @your 2nd paragraph....same here.

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  18. Na igbo. Igbo amaka

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  19. Igbo oooo. We have

    Isiewu
    Nkwobi
    Abacha
    Ugba
    Afo anu pepper soup with yam
    Ofe oha
    Ofe nsala
    Ofe olugbu
    Ofe achi
    Ugbogoro
    Ngwo ngwo
    Mbaise for recently delivered mother 😁 (I’m on this parole currently, love the way my mum makes it)
    Uziza and oha
    Ugu and okro
    Uziza and olugbu ....... should I stop or continue πŸ˜€πŸ˜„

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    1. Chai
      I'm craving for Nsala naw

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    2. Igbo's list of food is endless.
      Please continue don't stop

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    3. Ugbogiri & fresh okro soup with stockfish head, dry fish, correct goat meat with isam/ periwinkle & spicy dose of chilli pepper is PARADISE ON EARTH! πŸ˜‹ πŸ˜‹ πŸ˜‹ πŸ˜‹

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    4. Can I visit you already please 😍😍😍😍🀀🀀🀀🀀
      Damn you're on a cruise mehn

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    5. Chocolata...long throat ooo. Hahah
      How's you?

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  20. I'm not Igbo but damn they are gifted when it comes to food

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    1. Ezigbo nwanyi! Thanks for being truthful my love😚😚.

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    2. I agree. Not Igbo too

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    3. Chisom. Hahaha
      Many people love other people's food.

      I love hausa too.

      Here to save the post.

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  21. Igbo Kwenu πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ₯°

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  22. See people here calling other tribes other than Igbo.
    If you take them where they are selling food they will request for Akpu and ofe oha, olugbu, for Owerri and so on.
    Is when you take them to joint to crash out, they will demand for isi ewu and nkwobi with now ocha.

    Tell me
    Ana amaka
    Igbo gwenu, Igbo gwenu Igbo gwezoooo nooooo

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    2. It is Kwenu not Gwenu. Well thats by the way.
      Are you in Lagos? Have you ever seen any igbo kitchen? Everywhere you go,Calabar kitchen like that yello network sotey igbo 'claimu' has started naming their restaurants Calabar kitchen. Need i say more?

      Join the winning team today.

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    3. Shantelle jealousy is not good.
      No Igbo woman will open a restaurant to name it Calabar kitchen. Never ever

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    4. Anon 9:22 if you're not in the know about something,keep qwayet!

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  23. Honestly, I can not say. All tribes are unique. I ate one Igbo soup, can't remember the name but I did like it. There was also this stodge and a vegetable soup my Yoruba friend made. It was nice.

    I like Igbo egusi but I like Yoruba vegetable soup especially the one prepared during parties. No rival πŸ‘Œ
    I also love fisherman soup. I guess because I love seafood a lot.

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    1. Choose a tribe, stop being 3 faced.

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    2. Same thing I said!!!!
      All tribes are unique .

      Salut belle ..tu va bien?

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    3. That's the point I can't pick. SorryπŸ˜‚

      Exactly Noir! but nobody wants to hear.Everyone is vexingπŸ˜…

      Je vais bien, chΓ©rie. Merci.

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  24. Yoruba food is the most delicious.

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  25. EACH TRIBE HAS FOODS THAT MAKE THEM STAND OUT AND SPECIAL WHICH TASTE SO WELL TOO. I CAN'T SAY WHICH TRIBE HAS THE BEST COS I'M ALWAYS FASCINATED ANYTIME I'M INTRODUCED TO NEW DELICACIES FROM DIFFERENT TRIBES. NIGERIA IS REALLY BLESSED WITH EXCITING DISHES.

    BTW, I JUST TASTED FISHERMAN SOUP FOR THE FIRST TIME LAST WEEKEND AND I WAS BLOWN AWAY. PLEASE WHICH TRIBE HAS IT?

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  26. Lagos Mainland girl7 December 2020 at 20:52

    I dont have a favourite food,i eat all delicious meals from every tribe ranging from amala and gbegiri, worowo soup,ofe akwu,tuwo shinkafa,abacha,nkwobi ,obe efo riro,moimoi and so on

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  27. Efik/ Ibibio which means Cross River/ Akwa Ibom.

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  28. Efik/ Ibibio which means Cross River/ Akwa Ibom.

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  29. Sdk,this post is pure cruise...
    Love it!

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  30. Everyone to his or her tribal delicacies, not a single one is superior to another. I've been opportunely to taste different nigerian dishes and I can tell you they were all fantastic.

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