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Food is an integral part of Kenyan culture, representing a rich tapestry of traditions and heritage. In Kenya, food is not merely sustenance; it holds immense social and cultural significance. Different communities have their distinct cuisines, preparation techniques, and food-related rituals that have been passed down through generations.

On this episode, we interviewed Dr. Maundu, an esteemed expert from the National Museums of Kenya, who brings a wealth of knowledge on the subject and Darius Okolla, a curator at The Elephant and a renowned writer who has extensively covered food culture. They delved into the fascinating world of Kenyan cuisine, exploring its deep roots in culture and tradition in a thought-provoking discussion on the profound impact of colonialism on culinary and dietary practices in Kenya.