It’s What, Again?

dawadawa powder

Okay, all you foodies! Know what this is? This had me totally stumped. I’ve never seen it before, had no idea what it was or what was made from it, so I checked the internet. Dawadawa is a Ghanaian dish made from fermented locust beans. There’s that “fermented” word again. Pass.

By the way, the form of the question I used as today’s caption is how someone in Ghana would phrase such an inquiry. I would be more inclined to say, “What did you say that was?” or “Would you repeat that, please?” Ghanaian English is filled with such fun phrases as “I’m coming,” when the person is actually leaving. That’s their version of “I’ll be right back.”

Okay, enough food shopping. Tomorrow we go outside and do something else.

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3 Responses to It’s What, Again?

  1. andreea says:

    might be a somehting for Accra DP? 🙂

  2. carol says:

    I’m with you on the fermented…not especially appealing.

  3. Helen says:

    Fermented beans sound a little scary! Actually a lot scary! Interesting info though!

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