In Ghana, young girls like Pearl begins to learn from their mother's how to do house chores as early as 3years and by 7 to 8years they are able to assist in cooking. And they do it with smiles and joy.
A typical village kitchen looks like this in Ghana, visit or come volunteer with us to learn more and experience our culture just like Camille did and enjoyed it all she said.
The food being prepared on both fires is a staple food known as Banku, it is made with milled maize mixed with water and seasoned with salt. The mixture is put on fire and stirred continuously to get a hot thick paste which can then be rolled into balls when fully cooked and can be eaten with soup, stew etc. VERY DELICIOUS!!!

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