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This might be the most affordable yet simple and DELICIOUS food you can make. A COMPLETE guide.

Have you ever had Ethiopian Food before? It’s my new food obsession. For this episode of legit vs budget we have teamed up with GT’s Kombucha to make a feast that utilizes great vegetarian food and some of their fermented tea to make it even better. To find Gt’s glorious kombucha and other products near you check out This video is Sponsored by GT’s Kombucha

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What we go over in the video:
1. Injera. Starting with the staple of almost every Ethiopian meal is Injera, a fermented pancake like bread made out of Teff
2. Berbere. The most popular spice mix in Ethiopia used in a ton of dishes. I made a homemade version but you can buy it in store as well.
3. Misir Wot. A delicious stew made from red lentils, garlic, onion, tomato and berbere
4. Kik Alicha. A dish made from yellow split peas, ginger, garlic, onoins and turmeric.
5. Ye’abesha Gomen: a braised collard dish with berbere, garlic, ginger, onions.
6. Shiro Wat. A unique stew made with chickpea flour, berbere, onions, garlic, tomato.
7. Atkilt Wat: A stew on the fresher side with cabbage, carrots, onions, turmeric, garlic.

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