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Perfect Salted Fish Directions Step by Step

Follow these steps to make perfect quality salted and fish.

Salting is a perfect way of preserving fish. Salting is the preservation of food with salt and is one of the oldest methods of preserving food. Salt prevents the growth of bacteria by drawing water out of fish cells. If properly packed and kept dry, salted fish will keep in good condition for a long time. Cutting up or filleting the fish is good as it speeds up the preserving salting process. Use perfect salted fish step by step for stew and soup recipes.
Perfect Salted Fish Directions Step by StepThree most common species of freshwater fish in West Africa are Sardine, Tilapia and Nile Perch.

Tilapia is a good flavored fish, easy to prepare and cook. It is rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals, low in fat, making it a healthy choice for the sick and elderly with risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol or heart diseases and an excellent source of vitamin B12, which is very important in our body to help maintain our e…

One Do Wrong All Get Punished Short African Folktale

One Do Wrong All Get Punished Short African Folktale Short African Folktale One Do Wrong All Get Punished

African folktales teach the right words for justice are vital. African folklore brings people together, read and study more folktales, and short stories from the African continent.
African folklore storytelling has long been accepted as a form of teaching to be defined as a series of events told in such a way that it moves the emotions and the intellect. African folklore storytelling is a spiritual legacy passed down from one generation to another. It is as old as Africa herself with a deep appreciation for antiquity expressed in artistic form.
Folklore storytelling is the most ancient art form of the African Community. Just as someone expresses their ideas and the form of music, painting, dance and sculpture folklore takes the ideas of an ancient story and creates with words a picture that enchants the listener with a rich auditory environment.
Many African people are born storytelle…

Black Heaven Africanized Christian Spiritual Song

Black Heaven Africanized Christian Spiritual SongWhat are the Roots of Black Africanized Christianity Spiritual Songs
Black African infused musical way of worshiping God in the heavens has modern-day and historical meanings to spiritual, gospel and hymnal music.
In Africa among native black people, music has been used for thousands of years to treat illnesses, speak with deities and God and restore harmony and have been central to the lives of African people. Music-making and performance permeated important life events and daily activities throughout every clan, tribe, and community in Africa.

However, the white slave owners of North America was scared by and detested the slave population African infused way of worshiping God in the heavens because they considered it to be idolatrous and wild. As a result, the gatherings were often banned and had to be conducted in secret.

The African population in Africa and the American colonies had initially been introduced to Christianity in the…

Chocolate Trees and Homemade Chocolate Bars

Chocolate Trees and Homemade Chocolate Bars
Chocolate Processing Facts History and Recipes

Chocolate Trees and Homemade Chocolate BarsCocoa beans are the principal ingredient of chocolate made from the cacao pod. Walk through the process from growing the cacao pod to the chocolate we all know and love. The cacao tree is tender making growing chocolate trees a risky business.

The first recorded evidence of chocolate as a food product goes back the Mayans and Aztecs who made a drink from the beans of the cocoa tree. Chocolate was known as a beverage until the Nineteenth Century when eating chocolate was made.
The Cacao tree or Theobroma cacao is the source of cocoa beans, chocolate and so much more. The cacao tree grows wild in the forests of tropical regions but is also one of the tender trees of tropical growth.
Cocoa has always grown in many parts of the African tropics. The cacao-tree grows wild in the forests of tropical regions growing well in humid tropical climates with regular ra…

Stupid Things African Proverbs About Stupid People

Read Stupid People Quotes and Proverbs by African People

Read stupid people quotes African proverbs by African ancestors to understand the stupid people you are forced to be around in everyday life. Understand why stupid people think stupid to better understand stupidity through the insight of African proverbs.

What is stupid? Stupid is a person that does not have oodles of intellect or resourcefulness going through life making choices that lack common sense. Stupid is a person with less than average mental intelligence.

Stupid Things African Proverbs About Stupid People None so busy as those who do nothing.

Bad watch often feeds the wolf.

A buffalo that is tied up will hate the one that is free.

Jealousy is poison's brother.

For the last-comer the bones.

He does a good day’s work who rids himself of a fool.

Nothing is got without pains but a bad name.

Only the dumb dog chases a flying bird.

Rotten wood cannot be carved.

Sometimes you sow red beans and white beans grow.

Though …

Awesome Kenyan Woman

Awesome Kenyan Woman
Awesome Kenyan Woman
Kenyan Dr. Wangari Muta Maathai taught her brand of sustainable development, democracy, and peace which won her the Nobel Prize.Dr. Wangari Maathai taught a practical understanding of love for the world.

Dr. Wangari Maathai Brief Biography


Kenya's Dr. Wangari Maathai was the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. Dr. Maathai was awarded the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize in the field of humanitarian work founding The Green Belt Movement.

Dr. Wangari Maathai was a Kenyan environmental activist who founded the Green Belt Movement. She became the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 and the first woman in East and Central Africa to earn a doctorate degree. Dr. Wangari Maathai was born in Nyeri, a rural area of Kenya on April 1, 1940.

She became the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 and the first woman in East and Central Africa to earn a doctorate degree. She earned her doctorate f…

Harissa Hot 5-Minute Homemade African Seasoning

Harissa Hot 5-Minute Homemade African Seasoning Harissa is the basic seasoning used in North African cooking and is extremely hot but good. Harissa is typically made hot and served with vegetables, meat and couscous Harissa can be made five days ahead just simply keep covered in the fridge. A flavorful chili pepper paste made from dried chilies, garlic, olive oil, and toasted spices.

Harissa red hot pepper paste recipe



Let's make Harissa hot 5-Minute homemade African seasoning with step-by-step directions

Ingredients
½ cup extra virgin olive oil
4 hot peppers of your choice, diced
1 garlic clove, chopped
2-tablespoons cumin seeds, toasted
1-tablespoon coriander seeds
½-cup sun-dried tomatoes, chopped
A small handful of coriander leaves, chopped
1-tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1-teaspoon fine sea salt

Directions
Lightly toast the cumin and coriander seeds in a small frying pan over medium heat, stirring often, until fragrant around 2-3 minutes. Remove from the heat and set…

African Food Coconut Beans Recipe

African Food Coconut Beans Recipe
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There's nothing quite like this classic African food recipe of coconut beans. The African cook uses dry and fresh beans and flavoring such as coconut water in many soups and many African food dishes contain only a small proportion of meat.



Many African food beans and coconut recipes rely on making the most flavor out of very little.

Rice and beans are the most common food dish in many African Countries. Coconut Beans Recipe is a hearty vegetarian African food recipe that is inexpensive to make. You have no excuse to not make this easy Zanzibar coconut rice and beans recipe.

Ingredients
1 cup dry red kidney beans
2 teaspoons minced garlic
1 large red onion, diced
1 large green bell pepper, diced
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups of coconut milk
1 cup white rice
2 cups of coconut milk

Directions
Add all ingredients except ice and 2 cups of coconut milk into a large pot and simmer 3 hours. In separate…

Liberia Shares Rivers with All Its Neighboring Countries

Liberia shares rivers with all its neighboring countries
The Mano River forms a border between Liberia and Sierra Leone and the Cavalla or Cavally River forms a border between Côte d'Ivoire. Six main rivers flow across the African country of Liberia. 

Liberia shares rivers with all its neighboring countries Liberia, located in West Africa, covers an area of 111,370 square km or around 27.5 million acres of land. Just over 14 percent of the total area of Liberia is water from rivers, lakes, swamps, lagoons, creeks, and streams that drain to the Atlantic Ocean. It borders Sierra Leone to the northwest, Guinea to the north, Cote d’Ivoire to the northeast and east, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south and southwest. Liberia shares rivers with all its neighboring countries.

Rainfall amounts vary a lot in Africa and Liberia is one of the wettest countries in Africa with 45,550 cubic meters of rich natural renewable water resources. Liberia receives 2,391mm of precipitation per year with a…

African Countries Prostitution, Buying Sex, Brothels, Pimping, and Solicitation is Legal

African Countries Prostitution, Buying Sex, Brothels, Pimping, and Solicitation is Legal About African countries prostitution, buying sex, brothels, pimping, and solicitation are legal regulations and laws with African Proverbs about prostitution.

In many small African communities, there is no word for prostitution however in some African countries prostitution or sex work is legal. Prostitution remains a divisive and controversial issue across Africa.
The difference between prostitution and solicitation is prostitution is the act of performing sexual favors in exchange for money while solicitation is everything that comes before. Solicitation of prostitution is the request to one person by another to perform a sexual act in exchange for payment.
Prostitution laws in Africa vary widely from country to country, and between regions and towns within a country. Prostitution is a way of life for many poor and abandoned women living in African border towns were trucking routes are popular.



African proverb friendship quote to live by

<br><br>African proverb friendship quote to live by
Peace and love to your mind body and soul today