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AFRICAN BREAD FRUIT PLAN (TRECULIA AFRICANA)
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Ukwa is a popular Nigerian dish that is made from breadfruit and usually enjoyed as a smooth and comforting porridge. There are many ways to prepare ukwa, but if you are looking for the classic recipe, here is a detailed guide on how to make ukwa at home. Buy the freshest meals and drinks for your family on Jiji. Those who have never tried or even seen African breadfruit are always surprised after the first tasting. It is hard to not only describe the taste and texture of breadfruit, but even to categorize it like we do with other fruits and vegetables. The closest connection you can find is beans, although African breadfruit has a more complex flavour and texture.
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Roast breadfruit psychosis: disturbed racial identification in African-Caribbeans
African breadfruit — or Ukwa in Igbo — is an edible traditional fruit. Belonging to the Moraceae family, it is related to other exotic fruits like breadnut, jackfruit, figs and mulberries. It is consumed, for example in Nigeria, where it is eaten as a main dish. The seeds are of particular interest because of their high nutrition value.
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