WaMbuyu's Kitchen by Mbuyu Wa Mbuyu

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"“Udjia ngombe udjia na bobe, utala ngombe ya kahwile.”

Literally, translated, this means: When you eat a cow, share it with people; you see the meat, it will be finished.
Which means: it is important to share when you have food; there may come a time when you have no food and others may share with you.

About Mbuyu Wa Mbuyu

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Mbuyu has always been curious, creative, and a dedicate worker. I am an electrician by profession, but I am truly a jack of all trades and master of non. I have done a lot in my time on hearth; from scouting, buildings design, welding, masonry, carpentry, cooking, to writing... and I continue to learn. I am the founder of Able and willing I.E.F. (international education foundation) dedicated to building Schools in places where a school does not exist. Our first project is in the democratic republic of Congo. I am a native of Katanga in R.D.C. I currently live in U.S.A.
Published February 1, 2010 by Xlibris. 74 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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