Abula is a highly, delicious and nutritious indigenous delicacy of the Yorubas. It has gained recognition across the country and is a feature in menus, delicacies at parties and ceremonies.
Gbegiri that is the main attraction is a delectable soup made from the notable meal - beans. Evidently low in fats, rather filled with antioxidants and fibre, and brimming with protein free from cholesterol, beans ought to be included in our daily diet.
Adding not just taste but nutritional benefits to this meal, is ewedu soup. Made from Jute or Saluyot leaves, ewedu is an excellent leafy vegetable condiment that enhances Amala and other swallow meals nicely. Health benefits in consuming ewedu as a result of the high percentage of micro nutrients and vitamins A, C, E it has, consists of: protection from heart sicknesses, strong immunity, healthy tooth and bones, protect against high BP, young looking skin, accurate eyesight, cancers, diabetes. Very low in calorie and acknowledged to be an effective fat burner.
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