Cameroon staple food is very seasonal.Staples:
Whatever is in season is usually in abundance and sells for pennies.
Once harvest season is over the price increases drastically due to lack of preservation techniques.
Corn, beans, rice are a few example.
The Cameroon meal generally consist of starchy foods (called Fufu) served with spice sauces, stew or some vegetables.Fruits and Fruit salad:
Meat, fish, curries and spicy sauce are common.
Cameroon dishes in the south consist of: Root vegetables like yams , Cassava and plantains served with fish or meat mixed with cassava leaves, Okra, and or tomatoes.
Ndolé is a very popular sauce made of bitter-leaves and prepared in countless ways.
Mangoes, Coconut, Bananas, Papaya, Oranges, Limes.Preparation:
Banana Pinneapple Salad is a very popular dessert.
See recipes sectionDesserts:
Consists mostly of fruits and little or no cakes as opposed to western food
Palm wine, Soda, Beer, Whisky and other traditional drinks locally made Corn beer (called kwatcha)
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