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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 5:06pm On Feb 03, 2023
Tired like I know most of you all of eating pasta,
I decided to buy
Plantains- 500
Fish (Shawa) 500

And make Jamaican style fish tea.

I just boiled the fish, cut some of the Plantain, add garlic and onions some pepper.
Added salt no Maggi o na tea we call am.


Dazzol

I will fry the remaining Plantain later at night

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 5:14pm On Feb 03, 2023
Wanke rice and stew

Wanke rice (cheap, healthy and full of sand )
Hard to wash, I had to parboil and wash twice
But quite healthy due to its High fibre.

Tomato and pepper - 200
Ugwu (Dry season) - 200
Eggs (2) - 180
Viva juice (Mango flavour) - 50


Dazzol

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 5:20pm On Feb 03, 2023
DATES

Very wonderful and healthy for soft and supple skin, clean bowels and someday I just eat

one derica- 600-700 naira
And go to sleep without eating anything else.

A very good alternative for children at home so that they don't grow up eating These bad sweets that make them fat and addicted to aspartame.


As adult when you have that unavoidable libido take care of yourself jare.You know na

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 9:44am On Feb 05, 2023
HUNGER WITH A CUP OF WATER.
YES.
I also advocate the simple act of not eating sometimes, and if possible sticking to a
010 or 011 eating style.

Going hungry helps removes toxins from our body, Normalise going to bed hungry so that you can wake up feeling free and light.

Intermittent fasting 6-11am daily
Yoga and Going for long walks means you might actually not see a hospital bed till you die.

How many times have you gone to the hospitals and seen a Fulani Northerner,
Our main problem is our inability to flush out toxins like bread and meat that cause blockage in our system

Go hungry once in a while, for and see how interesting, and freeing it will feel

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 1:28pm On Feb 22, 2023
Come to Ilepo marketNow!!!

Come and ground beans and Millet for your children

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 1:38pm On Feb 22, 2023
Here

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 1:40pm On Feb 22, 2023
Mewa
Gero
Dried ginger
Cloves

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by kinah(f): 8:56pm On Feb 22, 2023
Psiyohos:
Mewa
Gero
Dried ginger
Cloves


What's mewa?

What is it used for ?

What is the combination for?
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:14am On Feb 23, 2023
Mewa is Pearl millet, and Gero is finger millet, I prefer the dark one
It is used for making Kunnu.
I also grounded white beans for moi moi with the way Nigeria is going, it can serve as breakfast for you and your kids and can last up to 3 months.

You can also add more to your combination if you want it to have that cerelac feel

You can add yellow corn, rice and Tigernut.
But in smaller quantity.

It will improve your children's cognitive abilities and keep them full for a big lunch or dinner. Depending on the family stomach infrastructure

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 1:42pm On Feb 23, 2023
Beans
Derica - 400

For when sakpa is not your friend

To cook it faster, I boil the beans with salt for like 15 minutes and pour it out in a sieve and cook it again
I added garlic to hasten the softening.
Oil onions, and salt, no maggi

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by kinah(f): 3:31pm On Feb 23, 2023
Psiyohos:
Mewa is Pearl millet, and Gero is finger millet, I prefer the dark one
It is used for making Kunnu.
I also grounded white beans for moi moi with the way Nigeria is going, it can serve as breakfast for you and your kids and can last up to 3 months.

You can also add more to your combination if you want it to have that cerelac feel

You can add yellow corn, rice and Tigernut.
But in smaller quantity.

It will improve your children's cognitive abilities and keep them full for a big lunch or dinner. Depending on the family stomach infrastructure


Wow
Following you Boss
Give me a kind of combination I can use for swallow

And cereal for my baby.
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:30pm On Mar 01, 2023
My Kunnu and Moi moi
With sugar N50

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:35pm On Mar 01, 2023
How to make the Kunnu

Pour the kunnu, mix it with cold water in a pot
Boil water in a kettle
And pour the boiled water into the pot
Place the pot on the stove and stir till it becomes firm.

Dazzol

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 11:19pm On Mar 01, 2023
Stirred Fried Spaghetti and Ugwu

I used palm oil
Spaghetti- 500 (Na Old money dem collect)
Ugwu - 200
Egg- 180
Tomato paste 100

Boil the Spaghetti, Al dente, fry your onions and paste in another pot, add your Spaghetti, add the ugwu turn. I like ugwu very crunchy. I mean very crunchy.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 3:02am On Mar 02, 2023
For Cream
I use Shea Butter and Coconut oil

The shea butter (ori or okuma) 300
Coconut oil - 600

I use the Coconut oil for 3 months, pour the shea butter in a cup, put in a pot of boiled water add your coconut oil you can also add palm kernel oil Ude Aki(if you know o)

Daazol

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by nedekid: 12:24am On Mar 04, 2023
Sapa page shocked
Out of here meeen..
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by armyofone(m): 1:01am On Mar 04, 2023
Why run now ? Don't you like management ?

nedekid:
Sapa page shocked
Out of here meeen..

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by nedekid: 9:03am On Mar 04, 2023
armyofone:
Why run now ? Don't you like management ?

I do sha. But food wise I have passed that stage.
Still do management though, eg my bar of soap, I join the one finishing to the new one to make a new soap. So there is no wastage.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:45pm On Mar 10, 2023
Potatoes is now available at Ilepo market.

I bought 500 naira own.
Cooked some, mashed it a little

Eggs - 180 naira
Tomato&pepper - 100 naira

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Reinamaria(f): 7:47pm On Mar 10, 2023
nedekid:
Sapa page shocked
Out of here meeen..

Does it make you feel uneasy?
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by nedekid: 8:10pm On Mar 10, 2023
Reinamaria:


Does it make you feel uneasy?
Naaa, gone though that stage in life, don't wanna remember it again. grin
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Reinamaria(f): 9:37pm On Mar 10, 2023
nedekid:

Naaa, gone though that stage in life, don't wanna remember it again. grin

You must've been traumatized. cheesy
You no longer have to be afraid though, just try encourage others you find in that situation.
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Reinamaria(f): 9:44pm On Mar 10, 2023
Op, I kinda like this your beans, but try to make your foods more presentable.
The foods might be cheap, but good presentation does not cost anything.

Whenever you dish the food, clean the outer edges of the plate, take the pictures first before eating.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by nedekid: 11:46pm On Mar 10, 2023
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 11:22am On Mar 12, 2023
Anti Malaria Cleanser and Sugar Reducer.

Boil scent leaf - 200 naira

Drink the extract, and eat the leaf

Aloe Vera
Cut it into tiny pieces, put it inside a cup of water
And drink for reducing sugar level

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 7:49am On Mar 19, 2023
BEFORE YOU BUY PARACETAMOL

Why not buy Lemons squeeze out the extract in hot water.
You see the northerners carrying very heavy load at Ilepo market and trekking long distances without herniation and ready to do it again.

They take Lemon and coffee instead of your PARACETAMOL, ibuprofen, and all that chalk, they sell for 200 naira per sachet that do nothing.

Lemon and Lime - 100 naira

For body pains

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Obaaderemi2: 10:59am On Mar 19, 2023
Psiyohos:
Stirred Fried Spaghetti and Ugwu

I used palm oil
Spaghetti- 500 (Na Old money dem collect)
Ugwu - 200
Egg- 180
Tomato paste 100

Boil the Spaghetti, Al dente, fry your onions and paste in another pot, add your Spaghetti, add the ugwu turn. I like ugwu very crunchy. I mean very crunchy.
Why do you use palmoil to make spaghetti?
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 8:24pm On Mar 19, 2023
I have myopia.
I use palm oil and iru in my food alot

I also eat bitter kola every week at least 200 naira worth.
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Nobody: 10:30pm On Mar 19, 2023
Psiyohos:
I have myopia.
I use palm oil and iru in my food alot

I also eat bitter kola every week at least 200 naira worth.
Just get glasses, to correct it
Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 6:49am On Mar 22, 2023
Rice and waterleaf.
The fuel of the bones are vegetables.

Water leaf- 200
Pepper - 100

Cut the waterleaf(the stressful part), put in the pot, add onions and palm oil, crayfish, Salt and Maggi. Its not going to be as sweet as your conventional stew, but in days of no cash, this works as well.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 4:04pm On Mar 23, 2023
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

is a killer among Older Nigerians, I hear an alternative Cure is drinking pap with the dried and Grounded Pit of Avocado pear.

For those who can't afford Visoporin (
I hear Predisolone and Novagin works well too.

Check with your Doctor though if it fits your body type. But when talking cheap alternative, Predisolone (some call it Perilon) is effective.

Lifestyle change still however remains the best option.

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Re: Living Besides Nigeria by Psiyohos: 8:08pm On Mar 24, 2023
Spaghetti and ugwu.
Ugwu - 200
Tomato & pepper - 200
Eggs - 2 = 180



Potato porridge and ugwu
Ugwu - 200
Potatoes- 500


I sincerely need to start making something else or try soup. Let's see what happens.

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