One thing every person of color living miles away from their home country can relate to is the feeling of disconnectedness from their culture and heritage, especially for African-Americans. A large majority of African-Americans are very far removed from African culture today. If you feel like you’re failing to embrace your African heritage, here are some tips on how to incorporate it into your daily life so you can stay connected with your home, away from home. 1. Use African Spices in Your Food Food is the way to a person’s heart, so if you have Africa in your heart...
We all crave snacks. Some occasions are incomplete without them. In theory, just about anything can be a snack. For instance, a slice of pizza, a dinner smoothie (if you're on a diet!), or some chips. However, have you tried African snacks? Not only do they taste good, but they're also very healthy—which makes them a better alternative to regular snacks. In this blog, we'll look at some of the African snacks that are sure to satisfy your cravings and have you wanting more. Plantain Chips Plantain chips are made from green plantain. They have a savory yet starchy taste,...