Eating Out in Lusaka

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A Zambian will tell you they haven't eaten unless they've had nshima, the stiff porridge made from mealie meal (corm meal). It's a great comfort food, usually eaten with meat and a variety of bean and vegetable dishes. Also recommended are roasted mealie cobs, boiled ground nuts and the local Mosi beer which is a little lighter than Castle.

If you're not eating in someone's home you're more likely to get western style food, or even Indian, Chinese or a kebab.

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March 19, 2007 new by dylanbould (1 point)

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