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Australian High Commissioner to Ghana shares his first experience after tasting bushmeat and Fufu

Australian High Commissioner to Ghana H.E Andrew Barnes has shared his first experience after tasting bushmeat and Fufu.

Bushmeat and fufu is a Ghanaian meal mostly enjoyed by the Akans.

According to H.E Andrews Barnes, he enjoyed this delicious meal when he visited his new friends at Sunyani.

In a long description post he wrote:

“Thanks to my new friend Safura in Sunyani, I had my first bushmeat and first homemade-fufu all in one day! Safura made a delicious soup with grasscutter meat and smoked fish. And she served it with pounded fufu made of plantain and cassava.”

“In Indigenous Australia we call bushmeat ‘bush tucker’. My favourite bush tucker is python eggs. The python eggs are traditionally cooked inside the python. We eat the python meat too, but I only like the eggs. Python meat is a bit too stringy because it’s all rib cage.”

“Awkward: I’m left handed and I used the wrong hand to eat the fufu. Sorry about that.”

A Michael Agyapong Agyapa report.

Source: DailyNewsGhana.com

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