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Namibia Food - Namibia Safari: What Will You Eat?

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Namibia Food - Namibia Safari: What Will You Eat?

Namibia food is anything but inspiring. If you have chosen to travel to Namibia because of the food, you must have some pretty low standards, that is unless you eat like a lion. For you carnivores, you have come to the right place. Meat is almost always included in the meal, often times with thick millet (mahangu) or maize (nysima) porridge depending on which region you find yourself eating. The meat is usually spiced with salt and the porridge can taste rather bland. When not eating at restaurants, you will find yourself digging in your plate of Namibia food with your bare hands, which can be messy yet quite enjoyable. For the adventurous food connoisseur, venture beyond the restaurants and eat at the local markets. The local markets provide the traveler with the chance to taste many of the local foods being consumed in the villages with anything from ground nuts, berries, and fruits to porridge, goat, and mopane worms being consumed. In restaurants, steak and chips are nearly always the order of choice by Namibians and can easily be called the national dish. So lick your lips and sharpen those claws because the meat is abundant, with Namibia food offering a healthy selection of game steaks, tasty seafoods from the coast, with the prices considered extremely reasonable.

A very popular ritual in Namibia is the braai (barbeque). To Namibians, the braai is a lifestyle and you will quickly learn the word as it is everywhere. Lodges and campsites offer the braai pits and with meat as cheap as it is, this is a tasty way to spend an afternoon. You will find Namibians on the weekends venturing out into their backyards, open spaces, campgrounds, and game parks to indulge in their so very popular social activity. If you attend a Namibia food braai, it is certain the eating will take place much later than expected and there will be plenty of beer to drink during the day.

Although vegetables are unpopular with most Namibians as many view veggies to be the poison foods of the cultural imperialists, they are not impossible to find. Don't worry if you are a vegetarian, you can still visit Namibia without going hungry. Fruit and Veg is a supermarket dedicated entirely to fresh produce and is an excellent source to stock up on all your needed nuts, granola, fruits, vegetables and other healthy snacks. Vegetarians should be ready to answer questions about Namibia food and its eating disorder. Many Namibians don't consider fish as meat, so they may try to offer you fish as an alternative. Also, if you order a salad it's possible you may find little pieces of bacon or ham mixed within. Stay calm; it's usually just the chef trying to be nice.

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Jeremiah is a fanatic about Namibia and southern Africa and his enthusiasm for safari has made him a sought after specialist since 2009. He is the author of Namibia: Discover the Real Namibia (Other Places Travel Guide), lead safari guide, and managing director of Wild Safari Africa - a tour operator specializing in health, culture, nature, and adventure. Qualify for your complimentary safari warm-up package by going to [http://www.wildsafariafrica.com]

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