Introduction to Food in Buganda Part. 2 | Our Food Stories Ep. 08

In this second part, special guest Enid Nansubuga continues to share with us her favorite food including fruits and banana varieties. She also shares common traditions and practices surrounding serving and eating food in Buganda. Enjoy

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Introduction to Food in Buganda Part. 1 | Our Food Stories Ep. 07

In this episode, special guest Enid Nansubuga takes us through a crash course on some of the foods enjoyed in the central region of Buganda. This episode is part 1 of 2 so watch out for part 2 in the follow-up episode.

Note: In Uganda, soup, sauce, and stew are interchangeable and they mostly mean a rich hearty stews. Some names of the foods Enid mentions are in Luganda and if you know the English equivalent, let us know by reaching out to us on the socials using #ourfoodstoriesUg

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Ajera – A Cross Between Injera and Chapati | Our Food Stories Ep. 04

In episode 4, special guest Dilman Dila shares what his meals mainly consist of: Ajera: A cross between Injera and chapati that is served with an assortment of fruits. This is a meal that has been passed down to him from childhood by his mother and her friend. Listen below:

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