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  1. East Africa we eat cassava leaves..but we use coconut in it instead of palm oil..and it taste delicious…miss trudy u are the only one who missed it. Uende ukatembee zanzibar utapata icho chakula tunakula km hivo.

  2. African Americans are like Sierra Leonians….we love our rice! Rice came with us from Africa. We don't eat cassava leaves, but we enjoy leafy greens: collards, turnip, mustard and cabbage. In some parts of the USA, we are more into potatoes. I guess then we also have cultural similarities to Ghana as well. We have more in common than has been discovered!

  3. I am so happy to see Black Queen with natural hair…………….so good………..I wish our people understand what The Most High gave us pretty hair , Natural dark skin color…………..beautiful Black Queens …………….I Cannot wait to go back to The Mother Land…………….Thank you Wood Maya.

  4. We eat cassava leaves in the Coastal region of Kenya , Miss Trudy dosent know anything about her own Country , tell her that the Mijikenda community of the Coastal region of Kenya we eat Cassava leaves on a regular , its one of our best dishes , I GREW up eating that in our village .

  5. Am surprised Ms Trudy is saying she has never eaten cassava leaves I was in Tanzania years back and I had cassava leaves there only that the way we sleone ppare it is the best and taste miles better. Oh Maya u guyz are making me hungry. Well done guyz.

  6. Wide maya I understand that you're trying to represent the african ways but stop fucking eating rice with your hands when there's spoons. Africa for the future doesn't mean foregoing and rejecting any type of advancement because it was brought by the colonizers. It's unsanitary as hell lol use the fucking spoon. I understand if it's fufu but rice? Come on now stop trying so hard.

  7. I LOVE AND APPRECIATE THESE VLOGS. KEEP BRINGING THEM TO US "AFRICA TO THE WORLD. BEAUTIFUL AND HOSPITABLE HOST. THANK YOU MISS. TRUDY AND WODE MAYA. WISHING YOU , PEACE LOVE AND LIGHT

  8. Cassava leaves are eaten in many African countries, in Madagascar they call it "ravitoto", it is also eaten in Mayotte, and in part of India. Iam surprise that Maya and Trudy seem stranger to Cassava leaves. Iam pretty much sΓ»re in Ghana and Kenya it is also known and consumed. In the two Congo it is known as"Moundu" or "saka-saka" it test better when cooked with grind fishes, peanut better and palm oil. Well I know the more Maya and Trudy going around Africa countries they will discover it.

  9. Wow! Delicious, Cassava Leaves is Delicatessen , we eat it in Zambia too. DRC, Rwanda, Guinea Conakry , Angola , Burundi . I like it best in Plan oil with mackerel fish and African eΔ£g plant. Oooooh yummy. Enjoy TruMaya aaaya

  10. Bieng a you tuber is crazy, you'll be carrying your iPhone around town people looking at you like πŸ™„πŸ™„
    But your bank account is ++++++😁

  11. Oo I touch that only Nigeria did not eat casava leaves, Sierra leonian like cassava leaves too much that lovely, gazmine rice is from India, so thanks for eating our cassava leaves Wodamaya did you eat green, and Crain Crain as well we like eating a lot.

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