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5 plant-based Nigerian staples that are excellent sources of protein

Did you know that plant-based proteins are better for you and the environment? Research shows that consuming less meat, and more plant-based foods, helps improve your blood pressure and your metabolism. Abstaining from meat and other sources of animal protein doesn’t mean that you have to totally exclude proteins from your diet. Here are 5 plant-based Nigerian staples that contain the requisite amount of protein.

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Diary of a Kitchen Lover
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Diary of a Kitchen Lover- Meet Tolani Tayo-Osikoya

Tolani @diaryofakitchenlover shares the most amazing food pictures and curates mind-boggling recipes from regular home ingredients. She’s not afraid to experiment, and she has successfully carried her followers along in trying new recipes.

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How to Make Yam and Onion Sauce
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Vegan recipe: How to make yam and onion sauce

A lot of people think being vegan is hard in Nigeria but that’s not true. There are several recipes that can be tweaked to match Nigerian meals that still meet vegan requirements. Today’s lunch inspiration is yam and onion sauce.

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How to make Banga soup
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How to make Banga soup (Ofe Akwu)|Naija Number 1 Soup

Our lunch inspiration is Banga soup or Ofe Akwu as it is called in the South Eastern part of Nigeria. Ofe Akwu can also be referred to as ‘Palm Fruit soup’. This soup is also eaten by people in the Niger Delta area. Here’s how to make Banga soup (Ofe Akwu).

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Naija soup: how to make Miyan Taushe

Hello, Talku Talku foodies! I’m excited to have you on this episode of Naija Soups. Our lunch inspiration for the day is Miyan Taushe. Miyan Taushe is a Northern soup that can be served with Tuwo Shinkafa or Masa (Waina)

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