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» KILIFI SWAHILI VILLAGE

1. Giriama Homestead: Cassava + Kinolo + Turkey + Ugali
ADDRESS: Koleni, Kilifi, Kenyan Coast
OPEN: N/A

Our food journey through Kenya brought us to the Giriama Homestead in Kilifi. The Giriama is a bantu Kenyan community known to be one of the nine ethnic groups that inhabit the Kenyan coast, just about 2 hours away from Mombasa. The Giriama tribe largely depend on agriculture and hunting for food. They showed us how they grow their food and also shared some traditional tribal dishes with us.

🇰🇪 CASSAVA: Boil cassava then mix with freshly grated coconut milk. Mash cassava leaves in a mortar and then cook.

🍌 KINOLO: Mash ripe bananas in a traditional giant mortar. Mix in maize flour then bake in a jiko. Serve on banana leaves.

🦃 TURKEY: Clean turkey and stew in a large pot with water and salt. Season to taste.

🇰🇪 UGALI: Bring water to a boil, add corn flour bit by bit and stir regularly. Stir until mixture is even.

💸PRICE: Turkey – 38.74 USD / 3900 KSH
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30 thoughts on “Super RARE Kenyan Village Feast!!! First time caught on camera!!”

  1. WATCH THE FULL KENYA PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guwZXDWak8I&list=PLNLAXkDustqGmrKwwOjXlR7LJpG1eV1Q7
    Thanks so much for watching! Follow me on Instagram for more fun food videos! @InstaSonnySide
    Thanks to Wendy Watta (@wattaonthego) for showing us the best Nairobi Street Food!
    Next time you're in Vietnam, hit up Onetrip for an amazing tour: https://www.christinas.vn/onetrip/

  2. I'm Puerto Rican and we love eating our roots like yuca and other varieties! seeing them dig up the roots remind me of me and my grandmother's farm! We had little food but we had the roots and fish and we were happy!! we did not need a whole lot! Great memories!!!

  3. 🌺Sonny, Wendy, & Aalll… one of the BEST!! As you were saying how the community depend on each other, it's astounding! Because while growing up, neighbors watched out for one another, but now… parents are younger & think there's motive. I realize 2dy where the adage, "It takes a village" comes from. And the deeper meaning of the commandments, "LOVE THY NEIGHBOR," "DO UNTO OTHERS" etc. Thnx Sonny & Kenya for opening my eyes & ears even more!! I also would try eating the home cooked meals, snacks, as much as I could handle…and Sonny, I'm one of many that loves "SMALL" helpings! 😉💜&✌🌺

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