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Re: Somali Food! by TerryCarr(m): 4:24am On Sep 17, 2012
Sybellah:

lool we eat the forest one not the lil ones u kind see everywhere smiley



Attieke with snails

eww lipsrsealed
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:25am On Sep 17, 2012
TerryCarr: eww lipsrsealed

loool y all don't know what u r missing i swear! Snails are the best cool
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:26am On Sep 17, 2012
no offense baby girl but i will pass! grin
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:28am On Sep 17, 2012
TerryCarr: eww lipsrsealed

Calabar Dog meat.

Since the snail is too ewww, enjoy this.


Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:30am On Sep 17, 2012
Ileke-IdI:


Calabar Dog meat.

Since the snail is too ewww, enjoy this.



omg ptdrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! Gnianhoua Dog Food lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed
Re: Somali Food! by TerryCarr(m): 4:31am On Sep 17, 2012
Ileke-IdI:


Calabar Dog meat.

Since the snail is too ewww, enjoy this.


that looks good grin even thought dog is not eating in the US. i don't know how it became a Chinese stereotype undecided
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:33am On Sep 17, 2012
Hey if I was starving I would eat a snail..

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Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:34am On Sep 17, 2012
Calabar should be hell for street dogs loool
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:35am On Sep 17, 2012
KingMichael777: Hey if I was starving I would eat a snail..

Don't wait to starve loool go try it wink wink
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:38am On Sep 17, 2012
Ileke-IdI:


Calabar Dog meat.

Since the snail is too ewww, enjoy this.



undecided undecided
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:38am On Sep 17, 2012
Sybellah: Calabar should be hell for street dogs loool

Yea, walking about with your pet dog is like walking about with suya on a stick.

Jk lol

KingMichael777: Hey if I was starving I would eat a snail..
grin
Have you ever eaten fried chicken? It's the same thing.
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:40am On Sep 17, 2012
Ileke-IdI:
Have you ever eaten fried chicken? It's the same thing.

Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:40am On Sep 17, 2012
lol
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:41am On Sep 17, 2012
Ileke-IdI:


Yea, walking about with your pet dog is like walking about with suya on a stick.

Jk lol

grin
Have you ever eaten fried chicken? It's the same thing.

Yes every type of chicken! Curry, barbecued,baked,etc.. We humans are omnivores so we eat anything. So don't know why we complain about other cultures eating strange food. cool

If I was dying due to starvation I would eat a snail in a second. wink
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:43am On Sep 17, 2012
KingMichael777:

Yes every type of chicken! Curry, barbecued,baked,etc.. We humans are omnivores so we eat anything. So don't know why we complain about other cultures eating strange food. cool

If I was dying due to starvation I would eat a snail in a second. wink

BelaMorena:

Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 4:44am On Sep 17, 2012
BelaMorena:


loool

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Re: Somali Food! by somalia5: 5:57am On Sep 17, 2012
somali food....

Re: Somali Food! by ezotik: 7:41am On Sep 17, 2012
apart from the fact that snail is a delicacy, it is also actually good for people who watch their weight. it is high in protein and has little to zero fat.

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Re: Somali Food! by Fulaman198(m): 10:10am On Sep 17, 2012
Sybellah:


lmaooooo#dead, common now u can do it, i am supporting u not royal

Fula 1- royal 0

grin

grin thank you dear
Re: Somali Food! by Fulaman198(m): 10:11am On Sep 17, 2012
Sybellah:

how do u know my fiance nooww?

You mentioned him once
Re: Somali Food! by kandiikane(m): 11:57am On Sep 17, 2012
Lol, It was horrible when I found out that the chewy, slightly smelly(they leave it out to dry) meat we add in our groundnut soup was sea snails. Ewwwwwwwww! If you don't know the meat you're eating don't ask.

@topic, it's so obvious these people want to be arab. cheesy
Re: Somali Food! by kandiikane(m): 12:01pm On Sep 17, 2012
Ohh, has anyone tried termites?(the raining season flying insects
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 12:04pm On Sep 17, 2012
kandiikane: Ohh, has anyone tried termites?(the raining season flying insects
people around here eat it fried....eeew
Re: Somali Food! by kandiikane(m): 12:06pm On Sep 17, 2012
Lol, yum! cheesy
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 12:10pm On Sep 17, 2012
Damn

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Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 2:27pm On Sep 17, 2012
kandiikane: Ohh, has anyone tried termites?(the raining season flying insects

loool u mean this?




Hell no lol! I know some pple who eat it like snacks and say it's delishis smiley
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 3:24pm On Sep 17, 2012
kandiikane: Ohh, has anyone tried termites?(the raining season flying insects
undecided
Re: Somali Food! by Nobody: 3:27pm On Sep 17, 2012
Lol these people eating insects grin grin
Re: Somali Food! by somalia5: 4:44pm On Sep 17, 2012
kandiikane: Lol, It was horrible when I found out that the chewy, slightly smelly(they leave it out to dry) meat we add in our groundnut soup was sea snails. Ewwwwwwwww! If you don't know the meat you're eating don't ask.

@topic, it's so obvious these people want to be arab. cheesy


ever though maybe we have alot in common with arabs such as religion.

religion which determines alot of morals and cultural practices.

most countries that are muslim dominated have similarities with middle east let alone the somalis who live near them, study at islamic universities and who live in middle east by millions
Re: Somali Food! by Fulaman198(m): 6:16pm On Sep 17, 2012
somalia5:


ever though maybe we have alot in common with arabs such as religion.

religion which determines alot of morals and cultural practices.

most countries that are muslim dominated have similarities with middle east let alone the somalis who live near them, study at islamic universities and who live in middle east by millions

That may be true, but I have never seen an Arab (well I have seen some Moroccans at Senegalese resturants) eat West African food of Senegambia. Senegambia is majority Muslim (90 - 95%). So despite what you think, there are countries that are predominately Muslim that do not copy Arab food.
Re: Somali Food! by Mrs.Chima(f): 7:07pm On Sep 17, 2012
That poo looks nassy. No damn wonder only Somalians be in the Somalian cafes! grin grin grin grin grin

I would rather eat some of the Nigerian food then Somalian food any day.
Re: Somali Food! by somalia5: 7:51pm On Sep 17, 2012
Fulaman198:

That may be true, but I have never seen an Arab (well I have seen some Moroccans at Senegalese resturants) eat West African food of Senegambia. Senegambia is majority Muslim (90 - 95%). So despite what you think, there are countries that are predominately Muslim that do not copy Arab food.


dude we got samboos that we got from indians but we changed it up...every country has cultural foods from neighboring foods...do you thing somalis want to be arab that they start eating what arabs eat..lmao


we dont eat hummus and alot of arab things. somalis like arabs are mostly nomads once upon a time...and because our climate is dry dessert the same foods that grow in the middl east also grow in somalia.

somalis eat some foods that ethiopians eat. also dont forget ethiopians, somalis, arabs, all have been trading for thousands of years.

i know somalis got the bannana from malaysia. we got some of the clothing style from india, we got some loan words from yemen (arab words).

so its more of trade than wanting to be arab. if we wanted to be arab, we would all speak arabic, instead less than 1 percent of somalis speak arab.

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