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Saturday, January 29, 2022

Saturday Breakfast Post

 If you have never eaten this meal you are not a Nigerian..... lol




I wish i can prepare this meal at home!

Let me make do with Waffles and Hot hibiscus tea this morning...

60 comments:

  1. Correct meal! I ate it at work yesterday, omo! It's bae! Can't get tired of it.

    I don't know what to eat yet jare.

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    1. Never and will never eat this πŸ‘†! Thanks.


      Apple cider warm water first.



      Will think of something to make later.😎

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    2. Chai. Amala is bae

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    3. Never eaten it, willing to try though but as na PH I dey, where I go see am buy?

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    4. For an igbo person, it's too dark, too soft, they can't understand why you could cook soup with beans, they can't imagine serving their swallow and soup in the same plate. But for most of us who have travelled and conquered the sight of it and prejudice, we are stuck! Amala and abula is bae.

      Not every Nigerian can even stand the sight.

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  2. Abula.....Ibadan owns this..,

    My efoo riro is ready..na one good food like this I go use am chop..don't know the name to give to it but I made it myself.

    Make I describe

    Buy one small paint bucket of white lady(yam flour)

    Buy another small paint of that small white rice🍚 used for tuwo.

    Grind the rice to a very smooth level that will make it look like that yam flour then mix it together thoroughly.

    You can prepare it like normal poundo yam..so sweet, full of nutrients

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    1. That's rice flour, I replaced semolina with this.iis heavenly

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    2. Hmm never heard of such,might give it a try I have screenshot it

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    3. I like ground rice. Its so easy to make. I make it in the microwave.

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  3. Stella is tempting somebody this early morning,chai that Amala is the real deal.

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  4. I have not eaten it before, but I have eaten Amala and ewedu but no gbegiri.



    Don't know what to eat this morning, let me continue sipping my hot water

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  5. I'm making the near perfect pancake this morning.
    I found a channel on YouTube and followed her process, I love the outcome.

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  6. Stella I have not eaten it before and I have no plan of eating it please. I am a Nigerian

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  7. I agree I am not a Nigerian. I am from UAR lols. I find it totally disgusting abeg. Especially that gbegiri. It looks like baby stool. Eeeeeeew leave me with jollof rice, white rice or yam and egg sauce abeg.

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  8. My sisters ibo husband used to call it sh.t until he tasted it and fell madly in love with it

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  9. I have not eaten it before.

    The oil in the soup is too much Sha, I wonder why some people like plenty oil in their soup and stew

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  10. Tuwo chincafa and beans soup 😍

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  11. That Amala is calling my name πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹..I will be making gravy sauce shortly with brown rice 🍚🍚 fasting is over 😁😁😁 I just had lemon tea🍡

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    1. Enjoy,ours is 50 and we're still on it. No food for till later.

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    2. I was in Ibadan recently, the way I ate Amala, ewedu, goat meat and ponmo ehn? Holy Moses. I'm salivating right now

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  12. Jewelu se anu Mii nitori Olorun!!!🀀

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  13. Yum yum yummy..
    For sure na watin I go chop this afternoon but with eforiro.
    Wish you all a happy weekend πŸ™„πŸ˜˜

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  14. The food make sense, hot tea gat me this morning,sore throat and a bit under the weather.

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  15. I had oats with blueberry, strawberry and honey.

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  16. I've never eaten this food, I wish to eat it one day.
    Mtn rice for me this morning

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  17. Put a gun or a knife to my throat I still won't eat that above😑😑😑. My hate for amala is out of this World and never had it since I was born.
    Edikainkong with stew and rice gat me this morning.

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  18. I have never eaten it oh and have no intention of ever eating it

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    1. Really? But you speak yoruba, how come u've never eaten it. You must have lived with them to know how to speak the language.

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    2. I am Igbo and I have also lived in the East but I also don’t eat oha soup and ofe akwu so 🀷🏾‍♀️

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  19. This is tempting for those fasting, I will be right back

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    1. Seriously,I think I'll do Amala with ogbono later

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  20. Stella even if they pay me money I won’t b able to eat this ,

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  21. πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

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  22. I don't find this meal enticing attall

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  23. I love amala like crazy, so tey, if i go to yoruba party, i bone their rice and eat amala.

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  24. Amala is bae,very light,with that combo of gbegiri,ewedu and stew,na sleep get me😁.Toast bread and cocoa for me this morning.

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  25. Ate it once during my Service year Kwara State, well, maybe it was over hypered, lol, didn't quite enjoyed it.

    But I love the original ofada sauce, na there my Yoruba people finish work, spicy and hot😍😍😍😍😍!

    I had black coffee, will eat moi moi later in the day.
    This protein diet is bea! 4th week and I have lost 5kg already!

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    1. Can you share your secret? Thank you

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    2. Hello Akuoma.
      I just saw your post.
      Protein diet is doing away from any form of carbohydrates,sugar and soda.
      I eat moi moi, beans, boiled eggs, ọkpa, foi-foi, goat meat pepper soup, fish pepper soup, suya and other forms of protein you can lay your hands on.

      Another thing I observe is portion control.
      It is essential in weight loose journey.

      If you are preparing your food, please try and reduce adding too much oil in your meals.

      Salt!!!
      Salt should be used in very tiny bits, try and do away with all these seasonings or if you must, please reduce your salt.
      Some of us are not fat but very bloated, no thanks to high quantity of SALT in our body.

      A younger brother of mine eliminated SALT from his food and lost 3kg within 10days!!!
      He has given out all the seasoning and salt he got during the festive period.

      May you achieve the desired results you seek.
      Cheers.

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  26. I want 😩😩😩😩😩😩😩

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  27. Anything cooked with tomatoes, I have stopped eating. They are nightshades and are also high in salicylates. If most of us with medical problems like arthritis, severe heartburn/ulcer, allergies, adhd in children etc, can stop taking tomato based products or just tomatoes for a week, you will see how much your lives will improve. Some people may not react to tomatoes but there are others that their bodies will be unable to fight the effects of tomatoes.😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢

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    1. Wow really. I eat a lot of tomatoes with my pasta and rice. I have GERD

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    2. My mom has arthritis and can't do without taking tomatoes when she wants to fry egg. How can I encourage her to stop all these fry fry and now adding tomatoes to it? God help us o

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    3. Femilicious, yes if you have Gerd, you may want to completely eliminate tomatoes from your diet. Since you love pasta and rice a lot, there is an alternative called nomato that can be used or you could make it yourself. Trust me, if you erase tomatoes, you will have the ultimate relief and will never go back to tomatoes based products. It will also save you from swallowing pills to ease your discomfort. Just try it out and see how relieved you will be. It's hard but it works....😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😏😢😢😏

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  28. I ate yesterday,it is once in a blue thing in my house,hubby doesn't really like it .

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  29. Few times I tried eating amala, very well made ones oh with better soup, I vomited it straight up. Same with all my sisters and brother. Only my mother and father were able to tolerate it.

    I really really tried, but I just couldn't keep it down, but I can "ro" the amala very well.
    I tried giving my pikin too years later, the white elubo we have here, without him knowing my story, Omo, na so this pikin vomit the amala, 1, 2, no wasting time.

    We quietly eat our poundo yam. I no fit.

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  30. Chai i really miss buka amala. Amala fele fele to jina gangan

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