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Sep 13, 2021

[Answer] 4. Whilst exploring Chad, it would be a fine opportunity to sample some of the local cuisine. Which of these is a staple food of Chad?

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...1. McDonald's Big Mac 2. Wheat 3. Caviar served with an expensive glass of chardonnay 4. Millet Millet is a whole grain. It is often consumed as a paste, or as balls dipped in Chadian sauces, often comprised of fish, tomatoes, onions and/or spices. In the south, this dish is called biya, yet in the north it is called aiysh. Chadians also cook with rice and fish, and love a variety of meats such as mutton, beef and chicken. Wheat is not readily available in Chad, therefore it is not a staple food.




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Millet:


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