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Ghana

Dining etiquette in Ghana is similar to the rules of dining etiquette in the other West African countries. The dining etiquette information below presents Ghana variations from general dining etiquette of West African countries as found on the Nigeria dining etiquette page.

Dining Etiquette

Ghanains eat spicy foods. Specialties include fufu (that dough-and-vegetable combo), ampesi (root vegetables boiled and served with a sauce), and tuo zaafi (porridge - commonly referred to as teezee).


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