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Cameroon – Kokono Soup With Plantains

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Kokono soup with plantains has a special entity in that it talks about the history of the Kokono people which is a village. The cooking of this meal is like a form of initiation the new born adults in the culture of the Kokono. Kokono soup with plantains tradition comes from the Akonolinga inhabitants in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Ayostos Fufu With Canda Soup

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Ayostos fufu with canda soup is a meal having the taste of groundnut paste that has been grinded. This food is not quite a popular food due to the appearance it has, whereas the taste is different from what many people think about it. Ayostos fufu with canda soup is a meal from the Boroso in East of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Legumes With Rice and Chicken

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Legumes with rice and chicken is a local cuisine that is made of three different sectors of food so as to become one. This dish gives the taste of milky wine. This food is of the main meals that is being prepared during ceremonies such as marriages, birthdays and ceremonies that count a lot for people. Legumes with rice and chicken is mostly prepared in Yaounde, the city of cultural meetings and gatherings.

Egypt – Bissara

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Africa means food, travel, jungle, loneliness, and adventure. Bissara is a food which consists of beans and looks like mashed potatoes. It is actually a National dish of North Africa and consists of beans-type ingredients like peas. Moroccan food is broadly Mediterranean food. Morocco is home to mainly Tajiks and Pastels, a true symbol of Moroccan cuisine.

Cameroon – Yam Tubers With Green Vegetable Leaves

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Yam tubers with green vegetable leaves is a common meal in Cameroon. It is a common meal in that it tells the story of a people that live by Divine Instructions, tilting the soil. The people that eat this food do not care much about the taste but the wellbeing it offers them after they eat this food. This is story of the people of Nanga-Ebogo in Cameroon.

Uganda – Katogo

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Katogo is the best food in Uganda, especially in Kampala. The city has different tribes in different parts of the country, but when it comes to breakfast, everyone agrees on two things, Katogo or Kikomandu. The English meaning of "KATGO" is "MIX", they just mix cassava and beans and make their dish ready. The ORIGINATION of KATOGO is from two countries Western Uganda and Buganda.

Cameroon – Nsanka Corn Soup With Sugar

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Corn soup with sugar is a local cuisine that is made up of fresh corn, ngweng leaves, also known as cassava leaves and sugar. Nsanka corn soup with sugar is a local cuisine prepared by the people of the centre region, precisely the Ewondos in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Bamoun Vegetables With Ripe Plantains and Meat

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Bamoun vegetables with ripe plantains and meat is a healthy food. One of the specifies about this vegetable is that it is being cultivated during the hot season, since in Cameroon, we have the Rainy season and the Dry season.

Algerian / Turkish – Baklava

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Baklava is one of the most popular desserts ever made in this world. It is basically pastry which is made by adding nuts, pistachios over the filo sheets which is then baked in the oven. This dessert goes way back to the times of the Ottoman Empire. There is a dish in the Turkish cuisine which resembles quite a lot with the Baklava and some say that it is the origin of Baklava. There are many countries which have their own versions of Baklava.

Levant, Egypt – Ful Medames With Challah

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Ful medames is the Levantine salad made up of fava beans and raw vegetables. Ful medames is eaten in Arabic countries, Asia, Middle Eastern, and North African. This salad is the most ancient dish of Egyptian cuisine. There are many varieties of the dish around the world.