Africa is a large continent with many countries, cultures, and cooking styles.  Some things are similar, and some things vary greatly.  Much of that depends on local climate and traditions, as well as what new foods have been introduced.  So African cooking is partly about the ingredients and partly about the technique.
On this site, we'll not only teach you how to cook and eat like an African, but tell you why certain things are preferable over supposedly more modern ways.  At first it might seem strange, difficult, and time consuming, but once you get used to it, you'll likely find it more logical and easier.  In addition, we have recipes and techniques from the diaspora around the world.

Eat Like An African Today

  • Seriously, Sisters... If your man or a relative of yours is in jail, you want to join this cause. The prison system apparently wants to poison our men in prison.  The current nutritional hype is already responsible for making millions of Black people unhealthy and overly fat (which is more than mere insurance company "obese").  Now they want to force prisoners to eat soy products or starve.  The Weston A. Price foundation has hired lawyers to put a stop to this.  You should help by writing letters and making sure to vote against this.  See the site for more details on how you can help.   As we know from the racist anti braiding laws that got passed in many states, laws can slip through the cracks and get passed either without popular vote or by clouding the issues.  The ...
    Posted Dec 14, 2009, 5:44 PM by Nicole Lasher
  • New Lense Today I created a "lense" on Squidoo.  Feel free to post there in the guestbook, and let me know what you think.   Happy hype free cooking!
    Posted Dec 14, 2009, 1:22 PM by Nicole Lasher
  • Site Created Today Please pardon our dust while we get things set up here. :-)
    Posted Nov 25, 2009, 7:06 AM by Nicole Lasher
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