Do people in Botswana eat or cook with a lot of nuts (almonds, peanuts, cashews, etc.)?

inquiry of onemightyg : Do people in Botswana eat or cook with a lot of nut (almonds, peanut, cashew, etc.) ?I whitethorn be travelling to Botswana this summertime and I have a SEVERE allergy seed. I tin avoid feeding nut in the U.S. by simply speed-reading the ingredient description, request the cook, or not feeding questionable nutrient. Do peoples in Botswana cook a heap with nut? What nut are eaten in Botswana and how often? With what dish? So, what about bottom-dweller? Do peoples frequently eat fish? (I’m allergic to most bottom-dweller too) Best Answer:

Answer by AARON G
They have a lot of maize in their recipes. You’re going to have to explore before you eat your meals, but no, not a flock of nuts.

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2 Responses to “Do people in Botswana eat or cook with a lot of nuts (almonds, peanuts, cashews, etc.)?”

  1. MishiRN says:

    There are sites where you can purchase Allergy Warning index cards in thousands of different languages that you can customize with your personal allergies. This was when you are traveling, you can bring the appropriate cards with you and give them to the server/manager/chef, and they can understand your special needs! Just Google it…you’ll find a bunch of sites!:)

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