FOOD NEWS ON GOURMET GUIDE
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I came accross this food news for your delight, please read and take note … and even share with others. God bless you!

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EKPANKUKO, OTO OR IKOKORE

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            FOOD NEWS ON GOURMET GUIDE
              AU Adopts Nigeria’s Wallet  Agriculture Strategy
The African Union, AU, has adopted Nigeria’s e-wallet agriculture strategy with a view to ending fertilizer corruption on the continent as African leaders re-focus on deriving highest possible outputs from the sector as a growth-driver in the years ahead.

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     Two meals a day ‘effective’ to treat type 2     diabetes

 Vegetables and fruit

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                        FOOD NEWS ON GOURMET GUIDE      From New York City to Nigeria and New Zealand, fast food workers are to go on strike and protest today to demand higher pay and better working conditions.     This is according to an internet report on VICE News.     It is supposed to be seen as a Read More

    
 GOOD DAY GREAT PEOPLE, YOU  WILL LOVE THIS FOODNEWS ESPECIALLY FOR LOVERS AND DRINKERS OF SOFT DRINK…  PLEASE DRINK WITH UTMOST CARE AND BEWARE!
Coke's Powerade sports drink
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                                            IMPORTANCE OF NUTRITION         HMMMMMMN…..Nutrition consists of an adequate, well balanced diet combined with regular physical activity . Always remember that this is a cornerstone of good health.  Beware of poor nutrition, it can lead to Read More

                                                     GROUNDNUT SOUP
The Hausas are said to be one of the largest ethnic groups in West Africa.  Mainly  located in the Sahelian areas of northern Nigeria and southeastern Niger, many of them equally live in parts of Cameroon, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Chad and Sudan. Predominantly, Hausa communities are
scattered throughout West Africa and on the traditional Hajj route across the Sahara Desert.

 Research also shows that several Hausas live in coastal cities like Lagos, Accra, Kumasi and Cotonou, as well as  parts of North Africa like Libya. It is however pertinent to note  that most Hausas are concentrated in small villages and in terms of cultural relations, the Hausas are culturally or historically close to the Fulani, Zarma, Kanuri and Gwari groups. Many have  however intermixed with   the Yorubas and the ibos .

When you come to what goes into the mouth of the  Hausas, their most commonest food consists of grains such as sorghum, millet, rice, or maize, which are ground into flour for a variety of dishes.

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Ofada rice with stew

ofada-rice-sauce 

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