REVIVING THE LOST WASA AMENFI CULTURE
This is called SAKA (rice) in my dialect. In most Akan communities, it is referred to as 3MO. Saka is one of the major indigenous foods of the people of Wasa in the Western region of Ghana.
Saka is best eaten with ab)nkwane (ab3nkwan– palm nut soup. Saka ne ab)nkwane is a very nutritious diet and it is common among the Wasas of the western region of Ghana One’s day can never go wrong after being served some sumptuous Saka ne ab)nkwane in the morning.
And oh, be sure to have the soundest sleep ever if per chance taken as dinner Ab)nkwane contains all the nutrients one needs to stay healthy and be fortified.
Personally I love my Saka ne ab)nkwane in the mornings, so I can have a great day.
If ever you’d invite me over for dinner or you want us to go on a date, be sure there’s some Saka ne ab)nkwane on the menu
And oh, the ab)nkwane has to be peppery and have a great aroma of momoni Who knows, you might win my heart with that
Saka ne ab)nkwane is worth travelling from afar to have a taste of rich Wasa Amenfi culture.
Let me know what you call this in your native language/dialect.
Source: Ama Saara Adorma (FB)