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HOW TO MAKE KUNU DRINK WITH GUINEA CORN

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Kunu drinks are non alcoholic beverages made from grains with spices and herbs like ginger, cloves, and sometimes chillies and african negro pepper added for nutrition and flavour. Sweet potatoes is also a main ingredient in kunu, while malted rice can also be added for that malted feel and taste. They are very satisfying and great to take on a hot afternoon. Kunu drinks originated from Northern Nigeria. and There are about five types of kunu drinks in Nigeria, namely (How many times did I mention the term kunu drinks sef): The weather is beginning to get really hot, there's need for some homemade beverage drinks in the fridge for the kids. There is a kunun aya recipe on the blog already.

Kunun zaki
Kunun gyada made with groundnut milk
Kunun akamu from maize
Kunun tsamiya
Kunun baule Kunun jiko Amshau   Kunun gayamba
Kunun zaki is the one drink that's most commonly consumed from The North right to The South, East and Western Nigeria. This kunu recipe I'm sharing today is from ku…

HOW TO MAKE KUNU DRINK FROM FLOUR

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Nigerian Kunu drink can also be made with dry corn flour, millet flour,

How To Make Good Yogurt At Home Without A Machine

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The word yogurt comes from Turkey and refers to a tart, thick milk. The origin of yogurt is not singular to any culture, it has always been around cultures that kept animals for milk. Yogurt is a sourish food produced by bacterial fermentation of milk. The bacteria used to make yogurt are known as "yogurt cultures"  Homemade yogurt is great and very very easy for anyone, all you need is milk and a few spoonfuls of your favourite plain yogurt to use as starter culture. After the first, you don't need to buy plain yogurt to use as starter anymore as you can always preserve some of your own to use as starter for the next batch. Yogurt will always use Yogurt as a starter so I wonder how the very first ever yogurt was made, what was used as starter?
Here, I took step by step pictures of the making of this delicious yogurt with my phone, up to

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