Jun 1, 2017 • ArticlesNo Comments

Who says African foods can’t be healthy?

Deciding to became vegan when you are used to a diet of traditional African cuisine can be tough. Although rich in taste and flavor, a lot of dishes of African heritage are often high in calories, high in fat and high in sodium -factors that contribute to many health woes (namely heart disease, diabetes and obesity).


A few weeks back, I came across ‘Naija Vegan’, a UK-based youtube channel that specialized in sharing vegan-friendly versions of popular African dishes such as Egusi Soup, jollof rice, Matoke and several others.

Check out the latest tutorial below on how to make vegan gari foto and subscribe to stay updated on new recipes.

 Image Source: Naija Vegan Youtube Channel

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