Avocados can be added to many recipes to give your meals a nutritional boost. An avocado is a bright green fruit with a large pit and a dark leathery skin. Also known as alligator pear or butter fruit, avocados are actually a type of berry. Avocados may have a range of health benefits, including improving […]Read More
Honey is an extremely versatile food, widely known for its numerous health benefits. From dietary purposes to skin portions, illness remedies, and beauty application, the utilities of this rich golden liquid seem endless. Honey has been a part of the average Nigerian diet for a long time as a reputed substitute for sugar. Here are […]Read More
This street food, cheap and uncomplicated, has captured the hearts of many Nigerians. But it is not common knowledge that the meal is not originally Nigerian.Ewa Agoyin is a very popular street food made of beans and sauce. The beans is particularly soft or mashed, while the sauce is usually dark and reddish. The term […]Read More
This specie of pear is mostly found in Africa. It is most commonly eaten with corn. It the season of corn. African pear or bush pear is a popular street food in Nigeria, mostly eaten with roasted or boiled corn. When unripe, it is pink in colour but turns dark purple when ripe. Among its many nutrients are […]Read More
Ofada rice is a type of local brown rice grown in Nigeria which is unpolished and not genetically modified. White rice is a staple food in the Nigerian diet and brown rice is highly underrated. Here’s why you should have more of Ofada rice. Ofada rice is a local rice produced in Nigeria, it is […]Read More
This smoothie is packed with protein (no weird powder needed) and the perfect healthy treat or breakfast. 1 banana, peeled, sliced, and frozen 2 to 3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder (I like the Dutch-processed kind) 1 tablespoon peanut butter ½ cup plain or vanilla Greek yoghurt 1 tablespoon sweetener (honey or maple syrup), optional ½ […]Read More
Both the fruits, seeds, leaves, nuts, pods and essential oils of the African locust beans are highly valuable. African locust bean popularly known as iru is of great importance in Nigeria as people rely on it as a source of food, traditional medicine and remedy for several ailments. Both the fruits, seeds, leaves, nuts, pods […]Read More
Before you step out to purchase the expensive beauty products from the mall or skin care shop, consider the coconut vendor at your junction. Coconut water contains skin-brightening ingredients, like vitamin C and amino acids, these ingredients can build rebuild your skin to perfection and have people turning heads. The benefits of coconut water has […]Read More
Pork is the meat of the domestic pig. It is one of the most common types of red meat that is consumed worldwide, though it is against the law of some religions- including Islam and Judaism- to eat pork. As a red meat, pork has a reputation for being unhealthy. However, being high in protein […]Read More
Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people eat together.” Guy Fieri Food, music and entertainment in general will remain factors that everyone across the world regardless of culture, ethnicity, language or race will always enjoy and love. […]Read More
Cash crops, such as coffee or rice, are crops that are planted for the purpose of selling on the market or for export to make a profit. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization Corporate Statistical Database (FAOSTAT), Agriculture makes up nearly 20% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s economy—a higher percentage than any other region worldwide. Furthermore, […]Read More
The trick in preparing kekefia is in knowing how much water should be used. Kekefia is a plantain porridge prepared with water, salt, onions, pepper, palm oil and of course, plantain. It is a traditional dish that is indigenous to the people of Bayelsa. For those who do not know about Bayelsa, Bayelsa state is […]Read More
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