SHOCKING Tribal Food in Kenya!!! Rarely Seen Food of the Maasai People!

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» MAASAI’S COW BLOOD RITUAL

1. MAASAI HOMESTEAD (Manyatta): Cow’s Blood with Milk + Porridge
ADDRESS: Kimana Sanctuary, Amboseli
OPEN: N/A

Our next stop on our Kenyan Food Tour brought us to the Maasai Homestead. We some time with the tribe and participated in a ritual that is both sacred and ordinary to the Maasai people. For decades, drinking cow’s blood was a way to make the most of cattle. They do not wish to slaughter an animal each week for meat so, in order to get nutrients such as iron and protein, they take some blood from the cow without killing it. This practice typically happens twice a month and on different cows in a herd.

🇰🇪 COW’S BLOOD WITH MILK: The blood is taken from the cow and then stirred rapidly to separate the coagulation. Fresh milk is also added to prevent clotting. It is then poured into cups and served as a complete meal.

🇰🇪 PORRIDGE: The milk is also used to make porridge. The flour is mixed with milk in bowl. Some water is brought to a boil in a sufuria and the mixture is added while stirring continuously as it boils.

💸PRICE: N/A
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2. MOYALE HOTEL: Mandazi + Githeri + Mongoka
ADDRESS: Village in Namanga
OPEN: N/A

🍛 MANDAZI (Deep Fried Bread): Mix wheat based all-purpose flour with water and sugar then knead into a dough. Cut into triangles and deep fried in hot vegetable oil.

🇰🇪 GITHERI (Maize and Beans): Boil maize and beans very soft. Fry mixture with onions, tomatoes and salt. Serve with cabbage.

🇰🇪 MONGOKA (Khat): Chew Khat leaves to ingest the juices and nutrients, then spit it out.

💸PRICE: Mandazi 0.050USD/5 KSH | Githeri N/A | Mongoka 0.50 USD/50 KSH per bag
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