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  • In case you forgot ugali is corn flour and water turned into a playdough like substance and eaten with your right hand.

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  • The handfuls of leafy green vegetables, cassava, and maize meal known as ugali, seemed endless.

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  • Rice day-- for lunch, instead of the usually ugali, which is the common stable, corn flour and water mixed to a stiff but smooshy lump and beans the students get rice and beans.

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  • Most Kenyans swear by the ugali, which is very filling, but foreigners often have a difficult time getting used to the fibrous taste.

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  • Maize is very important to the Tanzanian culture, as maize is used to make one of their staple dishes, ugali, which is made solely of maize flour and water.

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  • Rather, they are grown for basic ingredients of specific foods such as ugali, injera, couscous, or beer.

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  • The stand must be strong to allow stirring of even thick foods like "ugali", rice or stew.

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  • I haven’t had any dish other than ugali which is this bread like stuff that isn’t supposed to have any taste that I didn’t really like!

    Joshua in Tanzania

  • Most eat nothing in the morning and in the evening have ugali and a basic leafy green.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Turn the pot upside down over a flat plate until the ugali falls out; it should look like a white cake.

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