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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Enlightened~Sista » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:06 pm

Hadhuud =Sorghum


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Sorghum is one of the five top cereal crops in the world, along with wheat, oats, corn, and barley. It originates in Africa, having been cultivated in Egypt in antiquity, and the largest producer of sorghumsorghumsorghum in the modern era is still Africa, although the crop has spread to southern Asia and the Americas as well.Sorghum is an annual grass that is extremely drought tolerant, making it an excellent choice for arid and dry areas. Sorghum has special adaptations to weather extremes and is a very stable source of nutrition as a result.The plant is very high in fiber and iron, with a fairly high protein level as well. This makes it well suited to its use as a staple starch in much of the developing world.


Aduki beans= Digir

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Adukis are one of the highest protein and lowest fat varieties of bean. They contain high levels of potassium and fiber, as well as B vitamins such as thiamin, niacin, and riboflavin, and minerals such as iron, zinc, and manganese.


Sareen=Barley

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A source of B vitamins, vitamin E, and folic acid, barley seeds are also ground into flour for baking or processed for use as a cereal.Studies have shown that individuals with barley in their diet experienced reductions in their total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL - the bad cholesterol), or triglyceride levels. Additionally, barley may assist in weight loss because it acts as an appetite suppressant making people feel like they have eaten more than they really have. Barley seeds may also protect against colon cancer.



When is the last time we ate any of these grains/beans?

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby 1_londoner » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:11 pm

Im not a big fan of digr iyo sareen. And I only eat haduudh with caano dhanaan (natrual yogurt)...

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby edleh » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:13 pm

What else can you offer other than that? bariis & baasto seem to be ingrained in lafeheena
and it's hard to left them when inviting some esp. people.

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Enlightened~Sista » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:14 pm

1 londoner wallahi for our health and wellbeing..we HAVE to go back to our authentic wholesome diet. Healthy foods like that isn't appealing for most people who have grown up with junk..i myself find it is an acquired taste,..waan isku khasbaa..this Ramadan..i plan to eat only that inshaAllah...without that..i will NOT function i know.

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby AhlulbaytSoldier » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:17 pm

Somali people should try food of other cultures.
This basto and bariis addiction is killing us. Lack of food fantasy :down:

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby American-Suufi » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:19 pm

somali baris and pasta r meals for the poor.

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby R.I.P Kiyan » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:28 pm

[quote="American-Suufi"]somali baris and pasta r meals for the poor.[/quote]
yeah for stinky somalian nigger slaves

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Basra- » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:30 pm

leave it to fatty Nabs to talk about food. :roll:

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Daanyeer » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:31 pm

HELWAA wrote:Raga hadi aad bariis iyo hilib siin waydo khalaas way ku dhamaatey Nabeela.



Ukhtii u are RIGHT...u MUST have a a SMART mother!!!!

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Macaaney_1991 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:05 pm

somali food is very unhealthy

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby shidow1 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:17 pm

I like federation....composed of Basta....Baris....Xilib....Tigir....on a huge plate....followed by a soup.....and then a banana and also a glas...of lemonade.....and later....a fine cup of somali tea....and then take a walk...wow :lol: :up: :clap:

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Advo » Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:41 pm

I dont have the same problem as you guys.


My family can get down and a new dish everyday 8-)


why you think I got calool yar oo kuusan?

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby Highland » Tue Jul 28, 2009 7:01 pm

Specially made Basmati rice with roasted goat meat, served with dates or banana, and some variety of fruits are the best meal any person can have.

Iranians are like us. Rice and meet is their main diet.

I agree with Nabeel. We need to diversify our food intake.

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby FAH1223 » Tue Jul 28, 2009 7:07 pm

Im eating leftover baasto

thats my dinner :|

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Re: Bariis iyo Basto!

Postby sexy-kitten » Tue Jul 28, 2009 10:00 pm

FAH1223 wrote:
sexy-kitten wrote:Bariis/Baasto is good for inviting someone over for lunch. :mrgreen: If they don't want lunch... Get them shaah, cappuccino, coffee, cookies, cake, Ice cream cake... sweets and cold/hot beverages I guess lol.


thats why im told to go to the food lion and get that macmacaan stuff when skinnies come


It's sweet and simple! Gets the conversation going!

I hardly invite my friends over for "lunch". In fact, we cook together sometimes(no homo). I don't like the whole "be my guest" thing when it comes to having my friends at my house. Just cuz you're my "guest" doesn't mean you can't walk up to the fridge and grab a pop or water, what are you? Handicapped? When family or my mom's friends come to visit, it's a different story! LOL...


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