Kavachi Ukegbu

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Chef Kavachi Ukegbu is on a mission to introduce West African cuisine to a wider audience starting with fufu, a West African, starchy staple used in lieu of utensils.

Fufu: How to make, eat, and what to pair with the West African staple

Chef Kavachi Ukegbu is on a mission to introduce West African cuisine to a wider audience starting with fufu, a West African, starchy staple used in lieu of utensils.

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