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Product Spotlight: Pap.Ogi.Akamu.Koko

Pap.Ogi Facts about Pap.Ogi Pap is typically a great partner to most Nigerian breakfast recipes.  It’s a starchy food is made from corn and is 99.5% purely carbohydrate. It’s made from different varieties of grains and cereals. Maize is commonly … Continue reading

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Product Spotlight: African Food – Oat Fufu

SOME FACTS ABOUT OAT FUFU Oatmeal is filled with nutrients and fiber. It is very nutritious compared to almost all other foods typically used to make fufu. The fiber in oatmeal helps reduce the risk of developing high blood pressure … Continue reading

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African Food: Some Facts About Cassava

Some Facts About Cassava: Cassava is the third-largest source of food carbohydrates in the tropics. Some health benefits of cassava are: Increased Immune Function, Protection Against Heart Disease, Slowing Aging, DNA Repair and Protection, Reduced Frequency of Migraine Headaches,  Prevention … Continue reading

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AFRICAN FOOD: FACTS ABOUT YAM TUBER

YAM TUBER FACTS: Yam which is also known as Dioscorea spp, is an important food crop especially in the yam zone of west Africa. West African accounts for 90-95% of world yam production with Nigeria as the largest single producer. … Continue reading

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