https://blog.finmail.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/images-13.jpeg 406 406 Robert Christopher https://blog.finmail.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/logo_white.png Robert Christopher2020-04-26 11:32:322020-04-26 11:32:37Tanzania – Flying termites (Kumbikumbi) recipe (Insect Special)
Flying termites are highly available around rainy seasons from February to April in East African countries, this is due to their fertility assurance to start new families as rainy bring about enough food harvest.
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Senene are small insects found mostly in northern part of Tanzania, in Kagera, Mara and Mwanza regions. They are also found in neighborhood countries which are Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.
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Futari is the famous term used in Tanzania to mean meal taken during Ramadhan period. The food is prepared most with Islamic women (in all parts of the country) and enjoyed by anyone.
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Being originates from coastal areas of Tanzania, Vitumbua now are widely cooked all over the country.
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Matembele are green leaves, mostly like potato leaves but with narrow shape and a red color at its steam. They have been named as bloody grass because it’s a major role they play into our bodies, to support blood production within.
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Since the African traditional wars around 18s-19s, Nsima has been used as the best food because it is believed to bring energy.
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In almost all parts of Tanzania, this kind of porridge is prepared, even though it originates from Northern part of the country were Kurya and Sukuma people used it to nourish children's health or keeping older people strong.
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Welcome to this cuisine from Tanzania, it is so delicious and cooked without any artificial ingredients. I like natural prepared food as they maintain the quality of the minerals as either described from industry of farm.
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This is another type of Mseto from Tanzania, Africa. This cuisine is delicious and nutritious to men as it is full of proteins and carbohydrates.
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Potato cultivation is also done with Sukuma and Kerewe people in Tanzania. Preparation method will include some sort of Coastal food preparation styles, since coconut is not primary cultivated with Sukumas and Kerewes.