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How To Make South African Billtong

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Cut the beef into strips about 4cm thick. Pack the meat into a smallish bowl, so that it fits tightly. Add the vinegar and Worcestershire sauce. Leave for 30 minutes. Meanwhile, mix the coriander and pepper together in another bowl. In a third bowl, mix the salt, sugar and bicarbonate of soda together. Remove the meat from the marinade, but reserve the marinade for later use. Add the beef to the bowl of spices, mixing it around until evenly coated. Save any spices that don't stick. Bury the spiced beef in the salt and the sugar mixture and leave it...

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Dudu Osun Black Soap advantages, Review, Ingredients, the way to shop it online.

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Can Dudu Osun Black Soap be used on our skin to get rid of acne? affirmative of course! browse the article below and find out about the overwhelming advantages increased from exploitation Dudu Osun Black soap, and where to buy it online…What is Dudu Osun Black SoapDudu Osun Black Soap may be a natural skin remedy that has been used for hundreds of years, particularly by Africans.  Currently, the soap is well-liked altogether elements of the globe as a result of its effectiveness in treating skin problems reminiscent of excessive oil, diseases of the skin and blemishes.The benefits gained once...

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How to cook Jollof Rice

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Jollof rice is found all through West Africa and is thought to be the beginning of the Cajun dish, jambalaya. Served with fried plantains and a fresh green serving of mixed greens. In recent times there has been a war over which country has the best Jollof rice between people from countries like, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Cameroon and Gambia. Jollof rice is not too difficult to make and can be achieved following the below instruction; Ingredients    1 pound parboiled rice    1 can tomato puree-400 grams    1 onion, sliced    3 cloves garlic    4 teaspoons olive oil    6 small or 3 large...

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