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What food do botswana people eat?
The staple diet is a stiff white porridge made from maize meal, also called mealie meal or papa, which is most commonly eaten with a gravy made from tomato and onions. Other food items include morogo (similar to spinach), samp, seswaa (ground beef), mopani worms (when in season). However, you can get just about any kind of food in Botswana (pizzas, hamburgers, fried chicken etc).
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They usually eat roasted peanuts , and seafood is their main dish for their diet, you will find no pork because Senegalese are mostly Muslim, and they also eat tropical fruits…. Rice with fish is the staple among the Wolof. Rice with peanut sauce is very popular. Among the Toucoulor, dinner is usually sorghum with dried fish, while supper is millet with milk. Yoghurt with water and sugar is a popular drink.
Millet and Sorghum
Suisun People back then ate acorns,nuts,fish,and deer.There diet was acorns mixed with sand and miner lettuce.
There are not many dishes that jump out at being Dutch. Go to any Dutch supermarket and you will be presented with a host of cuisines from the far east as well as more closer …to home. Breakfast usually consists of bread, cheese and ham. Cheese would be either young which is fairly mild or old which has been left to mature longer so has a stronger taste. You may also find boiled eggs, bacon and sausage in many hotels to cater for a more varied taste. For the kids there are chocolate sprinkles. These are what you would would normally put on top of a cake but in Holland they are sprinkled onto buttered bread and eaten. Lunch may also consist of bread, cheese and ham with sliced tomatoes or other salad items. It is quite common to drink milk with this and for the more adventurous a sour milk drink which is a bit like drinking milk textured yoghurt There are a variety of popular meal items, chicken or pork on skewers served with a satay sauce and prawn crackers as well as a pickled vegetables. This probably has is roots back to its colonies. Stew is popular cooked and served in a small lidded pot. Rijsttafel (rice table) is popular in Indonesian restaurant's again from the colonies. It consists of a bowl or rice with a host of smaller dishes inc curry, salads, peanut, coconut. Its well worth trying as it gives you a little of everything and will satisfy even the largest of appetites. Pancakes served with anything. These are large crepes but a little thicker. If in Holland it is always worth visiting one of these restaurants. The pancaked is put on the plate and the rest of the meal placed on top. You may have ham and cheese, apple and syrup, satay chicken. The list is endless. Be warned that these restaurants can close early since they are open from fairly early in the morning. As well as the above dishes there is a host of other food that you would expect to find in a western society. There are the usual American Junk food outlets, but thankfully not too many. One thing you will find in continental Europe is that they do not tolerate bad food so wherever you go you are likely to get a decent feed. And the coffee? The dutch do coffee very well and why not accompany it with a nice piece of apple cake and whipped cream.
Colombian food is characterized by its blending of European cuisine with aspects of African and indigenous cuisine. There is no official "national dish," but the arepa and tam…al can be considered staples of Colombian cuisine. Other well-known regional dishes include the sancocho, ajiaco, cuchucos, sopa de mondongo, bandeja paisa the lechona Tolimense, cazuela de mariscos and the mote de queso. Fritanga is a set of dishes that is similar to a barbecue and is eaten throughout the entire country. Fritanga usually includes grilled beef and chicken, pork feet, leg of lamb, ribs, and different types of sausage such as morcilla (blood sausage), chorizo, longaniza, and chunchullo (fried cow intestines) accompanied by mini potatoes and arepas. Staples of the Colombian diet include tubers such as potatoes, yam, arracacha, and cassava, along with meat such as beef, chicken, pork, or fish. Grains such as corn and rice are widely consumed. The plantain is an important element of the Colombian diet, as are vegetables such as onion, spring onion, garlic, pepper, and tomato. Legumes such as beans, peas, and lentils are eaten very frequently. A myriad of fruit species grow in Colombia, and many fruits considered "exotic" commonly grow in Colombian beaches and in the countryside. The climate and geography favor a great variety of crops, as well as a great variety of both freshwater and saltwater fish.
Fresh baked bread, lot's of vegetables, beef, chicken, pork, etc.
Mostly curry . It is always easy to say Fish and Chips or Roast Beef and Yorkshire Pudding is standard fare, while both are lovely dishes, London is very cosmopolitan, and h…as adapted a wide range of tastes and flavors from its days of Empire. i love girls
They eat rice with different kinds of meat such as fish,chicken and beef as a main meal.
Jews are required by the Torah to eat Kosher food. The Torah defines Kosher animals as those which have BOTH a completely split hoof (hoof print consists of two sides) and che…w their cud. Non-kosher birds are listed, all others are kosher. In actuality some of these names have become obscure, therefore only birds that have a continuous history of being used such as chickens or pigeons may be used. Kosher animals and birds must specially slaughtered, soaked, and salted to be eaten so as to remove most of the blood. Liver must always be broiled. Fish must have fins and scales. Meat and diary cannot be cooked or consumed together. In the land of Israel, additional prohibitions apply to grain, fruit and vegetables, that may not be eaten before the proper tithing has taken place. There are additional rabbinic prohibitions such as the bread, cheese, or wine made by a non Jew. On Passover, the Torah prohibits leavened products. Because the Torah prohibits bugs and insects, with the exception of some species of grasshoppers (no longer familiar to most Jews,) many religious Jews will not eat vegetables none to be infested with small insects unless they are specially cleaned and inspected. The fruit from newly planted trees is also prohibited for the first four years. Aside from that, most other foods are permissible.
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People in Belgium eat waffles, chocolate, frites (fries), and mussles.
chicken and porridge,some eat spinach and porridge
Caviar, seafood, and lady fingers
Here are some National Specialties: Ro (Pork and beef marinated in vinegar, water and oil, then cooked with leaves, onion, pickles and other vegetables, and seasoned with pim…ento) Ravitoto (meat and cooked leaves mixed together) Ramazava (Leaves and pieces of beef and pork browned in oil) Vary amid 'anana (rice, leaves or herbs, meat and sometimes shrimp) often eaten with Kitoza ( Long slices of smoked cured or fried meat) Here are some national drinks: Malagasy (litchel-a aperitif made from lychees) Toaka Gasy (Distilled from cane sugar and rice) Three Horses Lager
Canadians have various cusiene, so that would be hard to say. However, an example would be: posole stew, french onion soup, Paté chinois, salmon pie, Tourtière, and much mor…e. and americans eat chicken and ect. and then mexican eat mexican food like tacos Peoples eat proteins,minerals,fiber,fats,vitams,...
The people in Kenya eat several different types of food. The main food that they eat is called ugali. Other foods in Kenya are vegetable soups, fish soups, and rice.