Super RARE Kenyan Village Feast!!! First time caught on camera!!

Super RARE Kenyan Village Feast!!! First time caught on camera!!
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1. Giriama Homestead: Cassava + Kinolo + Turkey + Ugali
ADDRESS: Koleni, Kilifi, Kenyan Coast

Our food journey through Kenya brought us to the Giriama Homestead in Kilifi. The Giriama is a bantu Kenyan community known to be one of the nine ethnic groups that inhabit the Kenyan coast, just about 2 hours away from Mombasa. The Giriama tribe largely depend on agriculture and hunting for food. They showed us how they grow their food and also shared some traditional tribal dishes with us.

?? CASSAVA: Boil cassava then mix with freshly grated coconut milk. Mash cassava leaves in a mortar and then cook.

? KINOLO: Mash ripe bananas in a traditional giant mortar. Mix in maize flour then bake in a jiko. Serve on banana leaves.

? TURKEY: Clean turkey and stew in a large pot with water and salt. Season to taste.

?? UGALI: Bring water to a boil, add corn flour bit by bit and stir regularly. Stir until mixture is even.

?PRICE: Turkey – 38.74 USD / 3900 KSH
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  1. Maybe u should show them a frying or grilling technique from some other country you been….i personally hate all boiled meat…i admire the women though

  2. I loved this!! It reminded me of home and all the goodies!! Beautifully presented and my taste buds got a spark for my food of days gone by ? thank you, from Twiga xx ?

  3. In Kenya we have 42 ways of life for every distinct peoples + the Indian way of life + the British way of life. Someone in America will not know because it's not the kind of news CNNFOXBBCNC will show. I've been following this channel and am glad someone is doing a film not based on the idea that "this savage Africans are backward and 3rd world because they don't have McDonalds Starbucks Cable and iphones". Hey, good for you.. We are enjoying life with the simple things we have.

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