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Nigerians Abroad, Do U Pple Eat Amala And Abula Up There?

I cant really believe some pple re actually surviving without eating amala, abula and eweedu.

Tell us your location and naija foods that re available in your area.

As for me, its a 4 unit course, hahhaha, amala and abula, kia, no be small thing o,

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spicebaby.com will be doing something like gathering joints in each city that sells african foods.

but the site is new and under construction for now.

Will be working live within a month.

I just can't wait.

You can follow them on face book to know when the site will be working live.

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Hmmm ~ Make I no talk.

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We get am plenti here in Jand oh!, as a matter of fact i took my in laws to 805 on the Old Kent Road, the other day and they said lai lai they wont be wasting their money sending us 9ja food stuff again[/i] they even said we have fresh vegetables (ata, efo. ewedu, ila, etc) far better than them when they went to Spitafield market with my wife

9ja joints like, 805 (Old Kent Road), Tasty (WOOLWICH), Tomi's kitchen (Deptford and HACKNEY), Aso Rock (Dalston) , Buka (Kilburn), Mama Calabar (Hendon), just to name a few, u wil thinkl u are in 9ja

[i]I also saw one 9ja joint on Clark Street Chicago Illionis, in the summer when i was there

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Yawwwwwwkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

Gimme some Eba

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Yes. . . . dnt know what abula is tho

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You can have anything you want when you go to the right place, whether in Houston, Dallas, NY, Detroit, Chicago, London, Dublin, Dubai etc. Places with sizeable Nigeria population lack nothing, fyi.

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i laugh in 265 languages

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