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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Yes, I know it is a silly question .... but does "acaraje" taste like akara? Abi are there ingredients unique to Brazil that give it a different flavour?

PS: These things interest me .... whether the areas with Yoruba Orishas, the areas where the Creole word for white man is "Beke" (the Igbo word, abeg I no sabi spell), or the places where the Creole word for "Heaven" is the same as the Creole word for "Africa".

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
PostPosted: Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:34 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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The Eagle wrote:
Yes, I know it is a silly question .... but does "acaraje" taste like akara? Abi are there ingredients unique to Brazil that give it a different flavour?

PS: These things interest me .... whether the areas with Yoruba Orishas, the areas where the Creole word for white man is "Beke" (the Igbo word, abeg I no sabi spell), or the places where the Creole word for "Heaven" is the same as the Creole word for "Africa".


Legit question bro.. I finally found acaraje while in brasilia.. On its own, its tastes close enough but naija people is tastier cos of the spices.. On the other hand, the brasilians serves their acaraje with jara on top like a sandwich.. they slice it open and add beans, crayfish or na shrimp and a bunch of other stuff in the middle.. I took it with the shrimp.. but like almost all the foods in brasil, the shrimp made the whole thing too salty for my taste..

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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analyzer wrote:
The Eagle wrote:
Yes, I know it is a silly question .... but does "acaraje" taste like akara? Abi are there ingredients unique to Brazil that give it a different flavour?

PS: These things interest me .... whether the areas with Yoruba Orishas, the areas where the Creole word for white man is "Beke" (the Igbo word, abeg I no sabi spell), or the places where the Creole word for "Heaven" is the same as the Creole word for "Africa".


Legit question bro.. I finally found acaraje while in brasilia.. On its own, its tastes close enough but naija people is tastier cos of the spices.. On the other hand, the brasilians serves their acaraje with jara on top like a sandwich.. they slice it open and add beans, crayfish or na shrimp and a bunch of other stuff in the middle.. I took it with the shrimp.. but like almost all the foods in brasil, the shrimp made the whole thing too salty for my taste..


The Brazilians put spoons of salt on everything :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Every single time I ate out in Brazil I was overwhelmed with the salt content in my meals. I mean gotttttt dayummmmm....


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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Selo na bad guy.. me no fit compete with those pics o :lol: :lol:

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Seloweizer think say na only am get woman pishure.. :taunt: :taunt:

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Heliopolis wrote:
analyzer wrote:
The Eagle wrote:
Yes, I know it is a silly question .... but does "acaraje" taste like akara? Abi are there ingredients unique to Brazil that give it a different flavour?

PS: These things interest me .... whether the areas with Yoruba Orishas, the areas where the Creole word for white man is "Beke" (the Igbo word, abeg I no sabi spell), or the places where the Creole word for "Heaven" is the same as the Creole word for "Africa".


Legit question bro.. I finally found acaraje while in brasilia.. On its own, its tastes close enough but naija people is tastier cos of the spices.. On the other hand, the brasilians serves their acaraje with jara on top like a sandwich.. they slice it open and add beans, crayfish or na shrimp and a bunch of other stuff in the middle.. I took it with the shrimp.. but like almost all the foods in brasil, the shrimp made the whole thing too salty for my taste..


The Brazilians put spoons of salt on everything :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Every single time I ate out in Brazil I was overwhelmed with the salt content in my meals. I mean gotttttt dayummmmm....


:lol: :lol: :lol:
The salt thing was just overboard .. Felt like i should be checking my blood pressure with each bite..

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Make I post club pictures?

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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analyzer wrote:
Selo na bad guy.. me no fit compete with those pics o :lol: :lol:

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Seloweizer think say na only am get woman pishure.. :taunt: :taunt:


Analyzer!!!! Na you sabi oh.. No be me and you waka? Contingent!!! :thumb: :thumb:

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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analyzer wrote:
The Eagle wrote:
Yes, I know it is a silly question .... but does "acaraje" taste like akara? Abi are there ingredients unique to Brazil that give it a different flavour?

PS: These things interest me .... whether the areas with Yoruba Orishas, the areas where the Creole word for white man is "Beke" (the Igbo word, abeg I no sabi spell), or the places where the Creole word for "Heaven" is the same as the Creole word for "Africa".


Legit question bro.. I finally found acaraje while in brasilia.. On its own, its tastes close enough but naija people is tastier cos of the spices.. On the other hand, the brasilians serves their acaraje with jara on top like a sandwich.. they slice it open and add beans, crayfish or na shrimp and a bunch of other stuff in the middle.. I took it with the shrimp.. but like almost all the foods in brasil, the shrimp made the whole thing too salty for my taste..


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Analyzer is right. The food is the same. But taste is different. More salty in Brazil. The presentation is also unique with a lot of add ons.. see pic below..

The most amazing though is the depth of the religion and continuation of the African Traditional Religion... It will blow your mind to see the originality, spiritual consciousness and the seriousness with which they honor their Orixas.. Full display of the Yoruba dieties in center of Salvador.. Mind you.. Brazil has one of the largest black African populations in the world, second only to Nigeria.

See pics from visit.


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Abeg, make den edit thread to include NSFW!!

Mini entertainment outside national stadium in Brasilia.. Before una start to dey yab me - notice I no be the only person wey dey enjoy the view and taking pics.. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Seloweizer, for some reason I can't see your pictures?

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Seloweizer, for some reason I can't see your pictures?



me sef no see dem o

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
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Seloweizer, for some reason I can't see your pictures?



me sef no see dem o


Chief let me know of they are visible now. I will post full stories later.

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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seloweizer wrote:
analyzer wrote:
The Eagle wrote:
Yes, I know it is a silly question .... but does "acaraje" taste like akara? Abi are there ingredients unique to Brazil that give it a different flavour?

PS: These things interest me .... whether the areas with Yoruba Orishas, the areas where the Creole word for white man is "Beke" (the Igbo word, abeg I no sabi spell), or the places where the Creole word for "Heaven" is the same as the Creole word for "Africa".


Legit question bro.. I finally found acaraje while in brasilia.. On its own, its tastes close enough but naija people is tastier cos of the spices.. On the other hand, the brasilians serves their acaraje with jara on top like a sandwich.. they slice it open and add beans, crayfish or na shrimp and a bunch of other stuff in the middle.. I took it with the shrimp.. but like almost all the foods in brasil, the shrimp made the whole thing too salty for my taste..


The Eagle-
Analyzer is right. The food is the same. But taste is different. More salty in Brazil. The presentation is also unique with a lot of add ons.. see pic below..

The most amazing though is the depth of the religion and continuation of the African Traditional Religion... It will blow your mind to see the originality, spiritual consciousness and the seriousness with which they honor their Orixas.. Full display of the Yoruba dieties in center of Salvador.. Mind you.. Brazil has one of the largest black African populations in the world, second only to Nigeria.

See pics from visit.


Obrigado. :)

I must venture that side one of these days.

The "Sierra Leonians" of 19th and early 20th Century Lagos Colony get most of the historical attention, but the African elite also included returnees from Brazil (Silva, Da Costa, etc), possibly from Bahia. I don't know that there is a formal relationship between Lagos and Salvador, though.

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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Kai...It looks like you guys seriously enjoyed Brazil :thumbs: :thumbs:

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seloweizer wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
mmeny wrote:
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me sef no see dem o


Chief let me know of they are visible now. I will post full stories later.


Thanks Selo, a good number of them are finally showing but some are still not visible. Anyways, thanks for sharing your personal photos. I'll try to attend the Olympics in 2016.

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 Post subject: Re: Pics from Brazil
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:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: @ analyzer's pics and video. Crazy #$% chick :lol:


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:blink: :blink: my goodness.. those pics from TAJ Curitiba and their facebook page. TAJ sweet o


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:blink: :blink: my goodness.. those pics from TAJ Curitiba and their facebook page. TAJ sweet o


Sharp man! :thumb: :thumb: You checked their facebook page eh?.. If you scroll down to Jun 16th (the day of the SE game vs Iran) you will see more pictures of CE's in TAJ.

You should visit Curitiba!

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lovely pics. glad you all made it back safely

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