Cooking “vegetal” in Abidjan

September 13, 2021 by archyde

No meat or fish, but peanuts, dried or fresh vegetables. In the dishes that Mariam concocts, all animal protein is banned. This vegetarian activist has undertaken to introduce Abidjan residents to a cuisine rich in vegetable proteins, and to a lifestyle that is less harmful to the environment. It organizes cooking workshops with a social vocation, but it also comes up against resistance and prejudices from part of the population. Gwladys Scheix met her for La Vie here. .

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