Author: Yellow Duckie
What I find fascinating in a foreign country is the Supermarket. If you want to get a glimpse of the local life...supermarket would be the best place (apart from the local Market).

Madazi flour: Use to make those doughnut-like pastry which is usually taken for breakfast over a cup of Milk tea.

Ugali: Kenyan staple food (a replacement for rice). Made from Maize.

Kasuku: Refined vegetable fat. The kenyans use this to cook in replacement of oil which is more expensive and less healthy.

Wimbi Porridge: Sourish porridge which is made out of millet (a type of brown grain). To be eaten with anything you like, such as sugar, milk, etc.
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