WAAKYE – An invention of the Hausa people of Northern Africa

Waakye pronounced “WAH-chay”, is a popular Ghanaian dish of cooked rice and beans, commonly eaten for lunch or supper. The rice and beans, usually black eyed peas or cow beans or red kidney beans are cooked together, along with red dried sorghum leaf sheaths or stalks and limestone. The sorghum leaves and limestone give the … Read more

Sure You know Your Cinnamon?

Cinnamon, the world’s most favored spice has multiple benefits from being an anti-oxidant power house, to it’s anti-inflammatory benefits. Hmm…, that’s not all – it is also known to protect your heart, improve mental health, help in stabilizing blood sugar levels, fights bacteria and bring magic to your oral hygiene!  It’s got quite a list…, … Read more


Siluriformes1! So wonderful! Know what I’m talking about? no? Alright, enough with the scientific terms; Catfish! So wonderful! That taste mm-mmm-mm! The facts have it, This is one healthy Cat, I mean Fish! Yes, it is! 200 grams of the fish will amount to 288 calories! Which should keep you up and running, but not … Read more

A Holistic Approach to Moringa Usage

1.           Bridging the nutrition gap While malnourishment, undernourishment and hunger are used inter-changeably, WHO (World Health Organization) defines malnutrition as: deficiencies, excesses, or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. The term malnutrition addresses 3 broad groups of conditions: undernutrition, which includes wasting (low weight-for-height), stunting (low height-for-age) and … Read more


  Is it safe to eat crayfish? Most crayfish tend to hide under rocks or logs during the daytime and are most active at night. Crayfish belong to the kingdom Animalia, phylum Arthropoda, and class Crustacea. Crayfish are eaten all over the world. Like other edible crustaceans, only a small portion of the body of a crayfish is edible. The iodine content of crayfish … Read more

The Super Green Food – MORINGA!

1. The Super Green Food – MORINGA! Moringa, a native to Africa and Asia also goes by the name, “miracle tree”, “the green super food”, “never die”, the latter being the name so called because of its ability to grow in dry soils and in any condition ensuring sustainability in the regions where it’s prevalent. … Read more

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