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Embark on a flavorful journey with Culture Kids Podcast as we explore the vibrant tapestry of Tanzanian culture and cuisine alongside the incredible Chef Ammalu from Serengeti Kitchen. In this episode, we dive into the essence of Tanzania, exploring its geography and understanding the unique cultural fabric that shapes this beautiful country.

Join us as we discover the heart of Tanzanian street snacks with Chef Ammalu’s favorite, the delightful peanut brittle! Dive into the rich tapestry of spices, with a spotlight on cardamom, that brings out the flavors of traditional Tanzanian dishes.

We’ll also explore the etiquettes important to Tanzanian dining, drawing interesting comparisons to Kristen and Asher’s cultural etiquettes at home. Get ready for an experience that goes beyond the plate, celebrating the diversity and richness of Tanzanian culture. Climb aboard the Culture Train!

Check out our Instagram @culturekidsmedia to see how you can be on our show!

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