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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by mariahAngel(f): 3:50pm On Sep 02, 2022
Psiyohos:
CIGARETTES.

Yes you heard me, without cigarettes hungry will kill us. As we Nigerians descend into comummunist slavery.
We have to learn from the Chinese to incorporate cigarette as part of our diet.
They help control the hunger so that we can eat once a day and they shrink our stomachs so that little food will be enough.

You should limit to at most 2 sticks per day
And drink hot tea (Lipton and the likes)to wash down your lungs.
My brand ( Oris Strawberry)

E go better.

Cigarettes to kill hunger? Nigeria hasn't gotten to that level abeg!
At least, a derica of beans is still about #400-#450, which is very affordable for many, and is enough to sustain a (broke) person through the day.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:46pm On Sep 02, 2022
What of cooking?
Gas is now 800 naira per kg.

I know it seems okay, now but next year will be worse
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 10:01am On Sep 30, 2022
New Grounded beans.

At Ilepo Market lagos.

The last one lasted for about 6months

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Nobody: 6:24pm On Sep 30, 2022
Nice one op Normal normal life no suppose hard but here we are struggling and oh Damn. embarassed
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 10:52am On Dec 02, 2022
We are back!
Potato porridge

I bought potato 500 naira and cooked half.

Potatoes 500
Ugwu 200
Iru (locust bean) 100

Dazzol

Palm oil dey house.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 10:55am On Dec 02, 2022
Concoction Rice

Rice: ( I usually buy 1/2 paint at thr beginning of the month, as I mostly eat Spaghetti)

Tomato and pepper - 200
Eggs (2 ) 150

I added crayfish and curry (1 sachet)

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by kinah(f): 7:15pm On Dec 02, 2022
Psiyohos:
We are back!
Potato porridge

I bought potato 500 naira and cooked half.

Potatoes 500
Ugwu 200
Iru (locust bean) 100

Dazzol



Palm oil dey house.



Welcome back
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by kinah(f): 7:17pm On Dec 02, 2022
Psiyohos:
New Grounded beans.

At Ilepo Market lagos.

The last one lasted for about 6months

Am sure you grind it together with the skin.
Psiyohos:
Concoction Rice

Rice: ( I usually buy 1/2 paint at thr beginning of the month, as I mostly eat Spaghetti)

Tomato and pepper - 200
Eggs (2 ) 150

I added crayfish and curry (1 sachet)

You didn't peel the shell of the egg?
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 10:03pm On Dec 02, 2022
Yes I ground it together with the skin.
No time to do all that, and it comes out well.

I just dished the concoction rice na, I haven't removed the shell
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by RepoMan007: 8:10am On Dec 03, 2022
Kobojunkie:
No, seriously, how did your friend feed 3 mouths with just N20,000? undecided

I just cross off people who do that, particularly those who have kids with next to nothing, as just some of most evil of evil folks out there. But please exactly how do they do that? undecided
he is a book marketer. Rich dad poor dad my foot.
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by kinah(f): 6:31am On Dec 04, 2022
Psiyohos:
Yes I ground it together with the skin.
No time to do all that, and it comes out well.

I just dished the concoction rice na, I haven't removed the shell

Okay
You dey chop well o
The skin I hear is rich in fiber, no wonder you get full on time.
When I make moi moi I don't peel the skin too.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 12:46pm On Dec 10, 2022
Mineras
Since Our drinks have become expensive I buy this, VIVA juice from the northerners in Ilepo.
you must have seen one in my previous post

My vexation is that it is now expensive
Ehn ehn ehn
They should Leave my juice alone o, I used to buy 50 naira sachet and 2 pure water to step down my meal.
2 for 150 now is still a bargain sha

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 12:49pm On Dec 10, 2022
Sometimes I use to thank God for this grounded beans, without it my eye for Don see ween

Grounded beans - Moi moi
Bread - 200
Oats (I usually buy a tin every month) 1100
Milk and sugar -100

SATURDAY food

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 12:54pm On Dec 10, 2022
So I decided to reduce the money I spend on rice and ask My customer to sell me the cheapest rice possible I was given
Wake rice, 450 derica
It has stones oo

Plenty stones and sand
You can smell the petrichor in the rice l smell all the dust of this world inside the rice.

I had to boil and wash it 3 times and wash it again,
I fear this rice.


But at the end it made sense, it's a wonderful rice it has some of its husk and the fibre on it makes you full and for longer
But thee work no be here.

I'm eating it again for sure.

The rest na normal normal
Tomato and pepper- 300 naira
Eggs - 2 (150)

I used palm oil

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by ceeceeuwa: 4:59pm On Dec 12, 2022
Psiyohos:
New Grounded beans.

At Ilepo Market lagos.

The last one lasted for about 6months
Do they dehusk the peel before grinding?
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by ceeceeuwa: 5:05pm On Dec 12, 2022
Psiyohos:
Concoction Rice

Rice: ( I usually buy 1/2 paint at thr beginning of the month, as I mostly eat Spaghetti)

Tomato and pepper - 200
Eggs (2 ) 150

I added crayfish and curry (1 sachet)
Since you eat more eggs,you should try buying in crates.it is more economical that way
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 6:09pm On Dec 12, 2022
My landlady started selling eggs in crate because of me, na so I hold brake,
One night my crate of eggs mysteriously fell down and wasted
So until I rent a better place.
Take me as I am
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by ceeceeuwa: 8:51pm On Dec 12, 2022
Psiyohos:
My landlady started selling eggs in crate because of me, na so I hold brake,
One night my crate of eggs mysteriously fell down and wasted
So until I rent a better place.
Take me as I am
You are doing well!
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 3:06am On Dec 14, 2022
Spaghetti and beans with palm oil stew

I have started to miss normal cooked beans in my meals.
So I had to buy one derica 350 naira and cook half

I don't like using potash (kaun)
So I boil the beans and slice one onions inside to make it soften quicker.
After, I added my Spaghetti,

The rest is the normal stuff ( Tomato and egg) 450

Dazzol

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 5:57pm On Dec 15, 2022
Dried pepper and tomatoes

With the recent cost in fresh pepper and tomatoes I decided to go for Dried pepper and tomatoes.

1 derica of Dried pepper - 400
1 derica of Dried tomatoes- 600
Making 1k

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 5:59pm On Dec 15, 2022
So I decided to eat rice with it

You have to boil it and allow the sand settle in the bottom of the pot

The amazing thing is the more you pour water the more e just dey swell.

You see that Zazu egg

It's just saying Gbemi debe o

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 5:34pm On Dec 21, 2022
Next year will make it 20 years since I have fallen seriously sick and I have never been admitted in any hospital in Nigeria.

"Let thy food be thy medicine, let medicine be thy food" - Hippocrates

Drip - 500 naira.

As the year is coming to an end, it important I take drip and flush my blood.
Cancer cannot stay in an alkaline environment so the cure for kidney, liver and blood ailment that hospitals are collecting thousands for is just in Alkaline solution- Lemon.


Grape - 200 naira
Lemon - 100 naira
Scent leaf - 100 naira.
Lime - 100 naira
I added 2 piece of ginger to give it yes you guessed it ginger.

Pour water and Boil, you will flush your blood off many toxins.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 6:49pm On Dec 21, 2022
Al Naturale


So after taking drip,
I proceed to eat my Caribbean intelligentsia, Spaghetti stirred with natural ingredients and no absolutely no Maggi

I boiled the Spaghetti 450
Added one sachet Nutmeg- 60 naira
Added one sachet curry - 50 naira
Ugwu - 200 naira
One big Onions- 50
I sliced Carrot - 150

(There is carrot now in ilepo market) I bought it at the fruit side and use iron sponge and scrub the life

I made sure no Maggi was added.

I just poured it on the Spaghetti
Added plenty oil and stirred it

Covered it for 5 minutes and voila.
My carrot is still very crunchy and so also my ugwu.

My brain is recalibrating as I speak..

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:46am On Dec 25, 2022
IMPORTANCE OF CIGARETTES

Cigarette burns our aspartame tongue, Google aspartame and how the west is getting us addicted to sugar and making us fat,
With Cigarette you find yourself without the inclination towards those junks, dried body, and shrieked stomach and effective weight loss.


Merry Christmas
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Dangrace01: 8:10am On Dec 25, 2022
Psiyohos:
Next year will make it 20 years since I have fallen seriously sick and I have never been admitted in any hospital in Nigeria.

"Let thy food be thy medicine, let medicine be thy food" - Hippocrates

Drip - 500 naira.

As the year is coming to an end, it important I take drip and flush my blood.
Cancer cannot stay in an alkaline environment so the cure for kidney, liver and blood ailment that hospitals are collecting thousands for is just in Alkaline solution- Lemon.


Grape - 200 naira
Lemon - 100 naira
Scent leaf - 100 naira.
Lime - 100 naira
I added 2 piece of ginger to give it yes you guessed it ginger.

Pour water and Boil, you will flush your blood off many toxins.


How many minutes do you boil
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 10:31am On Dec 25, 2022
10 - 15 minutes
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Nobody: 6:22pm On Dec 27, 2022
Psiyohos:
IMPORTANCE OF CIGARETTES

Cigarette burns our aspartame tongue, Google aspartame and how the west is getting us addicted to sugar and making us fat,
With Cigarette you find yourself without the inclination towards those junks, dried body, and shrieked stomach and effective weight loss.


Merry Christmas
What about your lungs??

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:15am On Dec 28, 2022
Drink hot water every morning to clean and steam it up.
You will be fine.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 3:21pm On Jan 04, 2023
Cleanses:

Fennel - 500
Tigernut - 1 derica 400
Garlic - (2) 300
Lemon - 100
Lime - 100

A clean bowel will reduce your chances of falling sick as Typhoid comes with Constipation,.
And with the carbs predominant food we ingest, these cleanse shouldn't be far to allow us pass them out

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Nobody: 9:17am On Jan 15, 2023
Psiyohos:
IMPORTANCE OF CIGARETTES

Cigarette burns our aspartame tongue, Google aspartame and how the west is getting us addicted to sugar and making us fat,
With Cigarette you find yourself without the inclination towards those junks, dried body, and shrieked stomach and effective weight loss.


Merry Christmas
Stop smoking cigarettes bro, it's bad for your health!
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 3:05pm On Jan 16, 2023
CURE FOR PROSTRATE.

DONT UNDERATE THE NOTHERNERS, Learn from them.
What you might commonise might be the singular natural remedy for every aging man prostrate.

Boiled cassava and Yaji - 100 naira


After this you will feel an erection.

This was bought at Moricas Agege Lagos

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 3:50pm On Jan 16, 2023
Stirred Fried Spaghetti and Egg

Spaghetti - 450
Eggs - (3) - 240
Pepper - 100

I boiled the Spaghetti Al dente drained it in a sieve
Then I used PALM OIL mixed with a little Groundnut oil, I fried the diced pepper, and onions added crayfish and Maggi
Then I poured my Spaghetti into it and stirred it,
Added salt. DAZZOL

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