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Fredrick Ngugi

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August 08, 2016 at 12:00 pm | Lifestyle

Injera

Injera. Whats 4 Eats

Injera
Also spelled “enjera”, this sourdough-risen, slightly spongy flatbread is a commonly eaten with stews and other dishes in Ethiopia, Somalia, and Eritrea.

Traditionally, injera was made of teff flour. Due to the rising cost of teff, however, many Ethiopians and Eritreans are replacing it with rice, wheat, and corn.

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