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'What On Earth Did We As Black People Eat Before There Was Pap? A Man On Twitter Sparks Debate

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We all know that pap is are daily meal in a lot of black families and there is no way you can walk in or visit a any family and you do not get offered pap as a meal.

No a man twitter recently cause a debate as to exactly what where black people eating before pap was invented and that ended into a hot topic.

Mielie supper, otherwise called mealie dinner or maize feast, is a somewhat coarse flour (a lot coarser than cornflour or cornstarch) produced using maize or mealies in Southern Africa, from the Portuguese milho.

It is likewise known by different other native language names relying upon the region or country. It was initially brought to Africa from the Americas by the Portuguese.

It is a food that was initially eaten by the Voortrekkers during The Great Trek, however has turned into the staple eating routine of South Africa, due to its capacity to be put away without refrigeration, it is modest and plentiful in all shops and markets.

It is a staple food in South Africa, Mozambique, Lesotho, Eswatini, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Botswana, and numerous different pieces of Southern Africa, generally made into uphuthu, harsh milk porridge, pap, and umqombothi (a kind of lager).

However a lot of Mzansi people jumped on to the comment section to agree and disagree on his tweet, take a look at some of the reactions below;

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