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Akamu, Ogi or Pap is Nigerian corn meal made from wet corn starch.
To process Akamu at home, you need:
- Lots of cold water
- Dry corn (Yellow or white corn)
Tools you’ll need:
- Blender (mine is Palson 600W).
- Chiffon cloth for separating the chaff from the akamu/ogi/pap.
- Muslin bag: any bag made from thick tightly woven cotton, canvas or calico material. You can sew it if you get the right material and know how to sew.
- Big bowls, cups, small bowls.
1. The corn must be dry.
2. NEVER let salt come in contact with the water, corn, ogi/akamu/pap and all the utensils you are using to process the akamu. If that happens, the ogi will not become thick when you prepare it with hot water.
3. After putting the akamu in a muslin bag, tie it up and let the water drain as much as possible then place some weights on the bag so that all the water will drain completely.
4. Leave the set up in No. 3 overnight so that the Ogi will have the classic sour taste.
5. Do not put this in the fridge during the process. This is to allow the fermentation take place. Without fermentation, the Akamu will taste so bland, you’ll be better off taking custard and not bother with this task.
6. When done, put in the freezer for as long as possible.
How to prepare the Akamu/Ogi/Pap for breakfast:
Akamu, when prepared with hot water goes well with the following Nigerian meals:
Nigerian Moi Moi:
Moi Moi cooked with Foil: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpmnBzeWz8Q&list=PL5C7259BFEED8D6B6
Moi Moi cooked with leaves: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JfrriTk0QQ&list=PL5C7259BFEED8D6B6
Nigerian Akara: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK7WdIM25wE&list=PL5C7259BFEED8D6B6
Nigerian Fried Plantain: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9dpPNP58Iw&list=PLF98DA1E86ABDC3E3
Nigerian Beans Porridge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xxo9dGIgWc&list=PL5C7259BFEED8D6B6
Fried Yam, fried Potatoes and many more.
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1. Pan of Bogota’s streets
2. Various of people folding cardboard (material from which coffins are made)
3. Various men working on cardboard
4. Man working on cardboard with silicon pistol
5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Santiago Perez Cordovez, Owner of cardboard coffins company
“The idea came from the problem there was healthwise with renting coffins. The rented coffins that there are in the country were been reused and people didn’t take care of them.”
6. Close shot hand working with a silicon pistol
7. Men using black tape on the cardboard coffin
8. Wide of people working in the company
9. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) of Santiago Perez Cordovez, Owner of cardboard coffins company
“They wanted to improve the sanitary system to pose less risks for people who had to handle the coffins. It’s also more economical for people who want this service.”
10. Men working on the cardboard coffins
11. People working inside the building
12. Man working with the silicon pistol
13. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Santiago Perez Cordovez, Owner of cardboard coffins company
“The idea was born here. All the materials are from Colombia and the plan is to begin exporting to Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela as soon as possible.”
14. Various of people working on the cardboard coffins
15. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) of Santiago Perez Cordovez, Owner of a cardboard coffins company
“We use cardboard because of easier combustion, while it’s relatively easy to work with.”
16. Various of people working in the building
Colombia’s internal conflict leaves thousands of people dead every year – and many people can’t afford to bury their loved ones.
Colombian businessman Santiago Perez says he’s trying to provide people with a cheap alternative to expensive burials by making cardboard coffins.
At the moment, Colombians rent or buy wooden coffins for funeral services – but both options are expensive.
Cardboard is being used because it’s cheap, biodegradable and light.
People who work in cremation furnaces handle dead bodies, risking their own health. Many of these workers catch diseases, particularly those who come into contact with cadavers infected with hepatitis B or other serious illnesses.
Perez says the cardboard coffins pose fewer health risks, while they are more environmentally friendly and cheaper.
At the moment, five people work for Perez and the company produces about 500 coffins a month. Clients include funeral homes in Colombia, but Perez plans to begin exporting the cardboard coffins to Ecuador, Panama and Venezuela.
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By Nana 2016-9-13 12:37
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