Cutting the cheese in Benin

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  1. Oh My God. I LOVE wagasi. I begged my colleagues to go back to the place with wagasi and peanut soup every night when I was up in N Benin. Well, you know this as we went to eat it when I was stuck in Cotounou that day…. hope to get back sometime to have some more…. love reading your food blog btw.
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  2. Okay, so now I know what wagasi is. ;)
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  1. October 16, 2010

    […] West African cooking is based around sauces and soups served over a simple starch. Meat, fish, or wagasi are still part of most meals, but it’s served as an accent or side, instead of as the main […]

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