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Cameroon – Mbatum Traditional Food

Mbatum traditional food is a local cuisine that represents the culture and tradition of the inhabitants of Mbatum. Mbatum is a village and a locality found in the Mbouda surroundings and division, precisely in the West region of Cameroon, one of the most highly populated region of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Black Soup With Kum Kum

Black soup with Kum Kum is a local cuisine being preprared solely during official occasions. Such special occasion is the case of mariages. In this case, inhabitants or people originating from Akum prepare the black soup with Kum Kum during marital ceremonies such as welcoming the groom into the bride’s family.

Cameroon – Jeck Meat With Fried Irish Potatoes

Jeck meat with fried irish potatoes is a another form of bifteck. This food originates from the fact that it is solely for people who have a high degree of sugar in their blood. Jeck meat comes from the centre region, precisely in the locality of Sangmalima. Though now, it has spreaded to other parts of the country.