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Saturday, May 29, 2021

Saturday Breakfast Post....

Breakfast can be anything as long as it is food!!!







Pray tell what food this is and what tribe cooks it like this...

I am having  fried plantain and eggs.
You?

41 comments:

  1. I am having Akara with pap.

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    1. I don wack beans this morning

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    2. Una don come with dis pap & akara to pepper person.

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  2. Baleysa people are you there

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  3. The didn’t remove the poopoo of the snails? 😳

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    1. E shock you too baa? The slimy fluids in it nko? People de eat shaa.

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    2. Chisom, it's no longer slimy o. It's well cooked. You just need a fork to detach the snail from the bombom. Very easy and delicious. It has a special aroma

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    3. I have never eaten snails like this from bayelsa ppl but I have eaten snails prepped this way in another country and those ones are the tiny snails but they remove the snails from the shells and wash before putting back in the shells where they are seasons, cooked and served

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    4. Simply divine, the point is that the poop, the bum and the slime are all in the food and part of the aroma. You’re eating all of them joined together.

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    5. Anon, yeah I eat all of them together but some people don't. They remove the other parts.

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  4. BITCHandSLUT.com29 May 2021 at 09:16

    I'm eating boiled potatoes with butter.

    How does that person intend removing the meat from that snail without cutting off the bumbum before cooking?

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣@cutting off the bumbum

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    2. Yuck! I love snail but can't eat that

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  5. Stella,this your picture looks like sacrifice o😱!It's a rainy Saturday morning,not in a hurry to leave my bed but as per mummy duties are involved,I have to get up reluctantly to make breakfastπŸ˜‹.Beans,fried planiain and pap is it this morning,will make homemade bread and small chops later in the day,as no owanbe for me today,I go do owambe for my house with my people😊

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣chai bv. Sacrifice indeed

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    2. I swear it sure does look like sacrifice. Tf is that food? 😳

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  6. For breakfast, Greentea and lemon...no sweetener.

    For lunch, pineapple and cucumber smoothie.

    Dinner, oat and afang soup.

    Been eating this way for the past one week and my stomach is really blasting. Sometimes I just eat cooked food in the afternoon and then drink my smoothie for dinner.

    I have gone from 79kg to 76.1 as @ this morning. Me that dropped from 78 to 70... now weighing this much. The devil is a 'baskat' πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. I'm having bread and tea🍞☕.

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  8. That's our delicacy and it's very yummy.

    I'm having beans this morning

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  9. I am gonna make an egg, cheese and tomato sandwich when I wake up. Been cleaning all day and night just enter bed. May I have sweet dreams. 3:37am my end of the world.

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  10. Just had hot Lipton for cramps 😑😑 I'm making smoothie of banana 🍌 apple 🍎🍏 and pineapple 🍍 I will be making noodles (oriental fried) this my best noodles tho! craving for corn and pear

    I tend to eat more often in that time of the month,do I have peeps in this whatsapp group or I'm alone πŸ₯΄πŸ₯΄

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    1. Ur not alone lol,last month before my period I was eating every 1hour I will be seriously hungry like an hour or 2after eating and I was wondering what was happening to meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚if I don’t eat that food I can faint,it was immediately after my period my appetite returned to normal.women and their wahala every month πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  11. We are having rice with vegetable soup

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  12. I had ripe plantain at 6am🀣🀣eating apple and pear now after doing my house chores.

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  13. Just a cup lime tea, got a wedding to attend so i got to slay with a very flat stomach. If i come back i'd do a proper justice to a yummy vegitable soup and hot soft yellow garri.

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    1. It's not the season. And I think it's because every other thing is expensive too.🀷

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    2. Same here ooo...ikorodu lagos.What I was buying for 400 naira was better than the one I buy for 1k now o. God help us

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  15. That thing up there was prepared for the gods

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  16. @simply divine, please what's that delicacy called?

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  17. I first saw that pic on twitter last week and I was so so shocked! Few days ago a very popular food blogger on IG was in bayelsa for a food tour. He ate this. Watching his IG stories was out of this world mehn. It even showed when the food vendor was having it prepared. Gave so much perspective. So many foods from diff tribes in Nigeria..

    Breakfast for me this morning is eba and okro. Missed it

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  18. Fasting for Manchester City.... Lolz!

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  19. Please, whomever that posted that food up there should stop it. We the Bayelsans don't prepare our snail in that manner.
    We crack the mouth and cut off the bottom part of the snail, wash it properly before cooking it.
    Whomever is claiming this is the new pattern of cooking had better stop it now.
    Besides, that thing up there doesn't look enticing one bit but an eyesore.
    Signed;: Ijaw woman.

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