A Kenyan woman by the name of Mary took to social media to educate Kenyans on the importance of taking a healthy breakfast every morning. In her post the woman recommends people to take yams with tea.
In her short description the lady says that the best way to prepare yams is boiling before peeling the outer cover. The next step is to take the yum and cut into round pieces of equal sizes. Lastly, serve the yams in an open plate with tea. Having done all this, then someone is guaranteed to go the whole day without hunger.
The attention of Kenyans as shown in the comments below was not even directed to the content of the breakfast but the manner in which the lady cooked the yams so nicely.
Many people are used to taking breakfast for tea and bread and, in most cases, Chapati or Mandazi. These meals are losing popularity with the majority of Kenyans owing to the increase in obesity and diseases associated with lifestyle.
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