- 1 1/2 cup blended Bitterleaf (before blending it must have been washed till it is no longer bitter, it would have a little bitter sweet taste
- Efinrin leaves
- Utazi Leaves
*combine in this propositions 1 part Efinrin to 1/2 part Utazi Leaves and blend together. You would need 1 Cup of a mixture of this blend to cook with
- 2 cups Palmnut Cream (Banga)
- 1/2 cup blended pepper /onion/crayfish mix (you can use more if you like)
- Smoked and dried fish variety (obokun,stockfisk, bongafish)
- Boiled meats (beef or goat meat, cowfoot, shaki, ponmo…)
- Rich stock
- Salt to taste
- Bouillon cubes.
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‘Ts amazing, I refer to myself as a Foodie.
Why? Because I can count on my ten (10) fingers the actual foods I eat
O well.. terms and definitions.. Who really is checking..
Anyway, food ogler that I am, instantly decided to attend the #GTBankFoodDrink 2017 as soon as I saw the event advertised
Fast forward to today, I came, saw, and learned..
The master classes were lit. I particularly enjoyed Chef Stone’s @uberstigg @reddishchronicles class. Chef Malarkey @brianmalarkey was awesome. (I got a free copy of his Cookbook “Come Early, Stay late”)..pretty cool, right?
GTBank totally outdid it… A 100% event indeed
Did I mention I saw the cutest little goat ever?
“So it started @ 10am and ended @ 6pm.. Mgbok #inmyborrowedCalabaraccent… Twas totally worth it”
That’s me conversing with #MissIcameForAfreeEmpowermentConference&ImStillComplaining
… Did I mention it came with lunch too. Really fine food. Even the foodpacks were contested for by many Self-Made Women after the event.
And to think I didn’t like @lindaikeji before today. And no, it had nothing to with her ‘pocket influence’. Thank God baby bro @iamjasononuora was ‘on my case’ to attend.
… The tin make plenty sense
Ada Okechukwu from Access Bank set me off with this: “God has put in us ALL to become”.. Hello!
Dr. Olamide Brown @Flyingdoctorsnigeria proved her mantra of “Take It” when she offered N200,000 to whoever wanted it. One sharp Naija geh walked up to the podium to “Take It” #seeshockedfaces
Lolo’s @officiallolo1 crack-ups were deep! She said some strong thingz.. Hmm..
True true, “local lo’n sha ‘wo”
I have decided to take my step of faith #wehdonema
@KemiAdetiba #KingWoman now came to ‘spoil it’ with her
12 Lessons! (Gist for another day)
She says: You’re always going to get an opportunity… Take it! Excel in it! Knock it out of the park!
“Your work is your business card into the universe” #tehdemoo
@OmonoOboli spread her love mantra indeed. She forfeited a good part of her birth day to share with us her amazing (amusing) life story
Never disregard anyone. Be kind, respect across boards. That’s how @OmoniOboli got her ‘Anchor Baby’ role
Aunty Tara @taradurotoye dealt us the A.accept B.believe C.do not compare D.develop E.empower blow,
and one from Uncle Fela
“Money does not have leadership abilities”
Finally, twas all Ps for
Dolapo Badmos @opetodolapo Police PRO who served us the 4Ps of Success – Purpose, Passion, Professionalism, Productivity
Wawaawu! What a day!
So next time you wanna be like me and judge a book before reading it, ‘walk in their shoes’. And please I don’t mean get arrested by SARS
OYO is your case!
Aunty Dolapo say “Life is not a contest. It is content!”
Many mothers are asking questions on the best foods for facilitating weight gain in toddlers and children. It is important to garner perspective on baby nutrition and healthy diets.
Is your baby looking malnourished despite how well you are feeding him? You need your baby looking cute and chubby as a sign of a healthy living? You want to know the healthy foods that can help your baby gain weight? Below, are 10 most researched weight gaining foods for kids.
Frequent consumption of all the foods below will not only make your child gain weight but also build stronger bones, grow healthy and build antibodies that protect kids from germs and bacteria.
- Breast Milk: Is a costless, nutritious and most delicious food every baby needs for their first 6months. It has high-calorie energy food for babies. It enriches the brain power and increases weight without increasing baby fat. From age zero (0) to 1 year, mothers can give their kids diary milk from cows to substitute for breast milk e.g. Aptamil 1,2,3,4 with ponutra growing up milk for respective ages of children.
- Banana: Can be given to infant babies from months old. Bananas are in rich in dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin C and are a very good source of Vitamin B6. It is an energy dense nutritious food. As a meal, bananas can be introduced as Banana milk then after 7 months, it can be introduced as pancakes. It can also be mixed with porridge for a 1-year-old baby. E.g @Supermart.ng Banana & Wheat Milk for 7 months and Apple and Banana swirl for 4-6months baby are life savers.
- Peach: This can be given from age 6 months. It is always mixed with other baby foods like Beech Nut which you can get from supermarts and stores. Peaches are rich in dietary fiber, niacin, Vitamin A and are a good source of Vitamin C. Peach can be pureed after 6 months and after 1 year as smoothies and milk shakes. E.g. Beech Nut Classics with 2 Peaches.
- Avocado: Is a great meal for toddlers and kids, since they are rich in fats and calories – both of which are needed for a growing child. They are also rich in nutrients, which makes them an obvious healthier choice over other fatty foods. It is of high benefit to use ripe avocado pulp as spreads or dips for kids.
- Pear: Pears can be introduced as one of the first solid foods of baby and helps in weight gain. It is very rich in Iron and is also a good source of dietary fiber, Vitamin B6 and Vitamin C. African pear “Ube” can be cooked and given to babies after 6months and after 8 months Apple pear can be added to make Pancakes.
- Sweet Potatoes: Makes an excellent first meal for babies from age 6 months with MultiGrain & Apple Sweet Potato Cereal 227g. Sweet potatoes are mashable and are also the least allergenic food of all . They are very low in saturated fat, high in dietary fiber, magnesium and potassium, vitamin B6 and very high in Vitamin A and C.
- Chicken: This can be introduced after age 8 months. Chicken is rich in Niacin, phosphorous, magnesium, Vitamin B6 and B12, and also rich in cholesterol. Chicken can be given at least once a week to children boiled or stewed and you can also use it in dishes for babies.
- Cheese: Can be given after age 8 months. Cheese is rich in phosphorous, calcium and selenium. Sliced Cheese makes perfect finger food; you can also try serving fruit salad with cheese to your baby.
- Wheat: Mostly wheat is not considered as a weight gaining food by many, but using whole wheat in baby foods has shown a steady weight gain in babies. It is an excellent source of dietary fiber with low fat. Wheat can be introduced as Wheat Cereal, you can also whip up an entire baby meal in a jiffy with wheat Mixes. You can make these at home or easily order homemade @oakondiments
- Oats: Another food that indirectly causes weight gain in babies. Oats are low in saturated fat and cholesterol, and high in manganese, magnesium, thiamine and phosphorous. Oats is the only cereal containing legume like protein. You can get 100% oat – Cereal Single Grain, Corn Flakes, Oatmeal 500 for your kids delivered at your doorstep @oakondiments