“You must always accompany each meal with some veggies, girls!” Mum would tell us over the dinner table as she watched us serve. As I looked at mum, towering over me and heaping veggies on my plate,the then six year old me never saw the importance. I took the plate, but as soon as she turned her back, I returned a huge chunk back to the serving dish. Years later, I got to appreciate all the veggies mum makes at home, particullarly traditional veggies. In high school, all we had were cabbage and kale. This made me miss all the wholesome, wide variety and bountiful flavor traditional veggies offer. Nowadays, I eat traditional veggies 99% of the time. They are actually very  much easily available in the city if you are just observant enough. Today, savor my creamed garlic kunde, a recipe from my mama bear :))

best kenyan food blog kaluhiskitchen.com presents a traditional kenyan meal called kunde made with garlic and cream for extra richness

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