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    They are not only found in Nigeria but are seen in other countries either as grass or nuts. They are eaten as nut in North Africa and as chufa drink in Spain.

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    Preparation. Blenders, grinders, mortars and pestles, matates, and even chewing are used to reduce unprocessed stone to a meal, powder, or when significant water is present in the original food, directly into a paste.

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  • Uganda the country and the people - Bantu tradition - text ...

    Movements by small groups from the Great Lakes region to the southeast were more rapid, with initial settlements widely dispersed near the coast and near rivers, due to comparatively harsh farming conditions in areas further away from water.

  • Uganda the country and the people - Bantu tradition - text ...

    Movements by small groups from the Great Lakes region to the southeast were more rapid, with initial settlements widely dispersed near the coast and near rivers, due to comparatively harsh farming conditions in areas further away from water.

  • Uganda the country and the people - Bantu tradition - text ...

    The word Bantu itself, incidentally, simply means "human beings". These tribes all have Bantu as a core language in common, while their own languages usually comprise many dialects and variations.