That’s Not Chasiu! It’s Nyama Choma! When Kenyan and Chinese Food Unite

By Mark Karanja |  the Beijinger

As a Kikuyu in Kenya, one grows very tired of the old but not altogether untrue joke that my people don’t have much in the way of culinary variety. The Kikuyu, one of the biggest tribes in Kenya, are known for a maize and bean gruel called githeri, which has become one of Kenya’s main staples if for no other reason than that it’s just so easy to make.

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