West Africa cooks first heard of Bim's Kitchen back in March 2012, established by Bim (James) and Nicola Adedeji to share their love of African spices and ingredients. The family business based in Palmers Green, North London has received a lot of praise from celebrity chefs and restaurateurs since starting up. Their motto is Modern, African-inspired cuisine. They have unique handmade African-inspired sauces, condiments and spice mixes which all go very well with fish, meat and vegetables.
Dr Pamela A.S Greene author of Favourite Sierra Leone Recipes is a Black Hero in the Hall of Fame.
Pam was a scientist nutritionist, home economist and free-lance consultant in health communication. She pursued a course in Nutrition at the University of London and returned to Sierra Leone in 1964 as Sierra Leone’s first trained nutritionist. She was appointed as the first head of the Home Economics Department at Njala University.
So can an African become a Vegan? Is Jemila just going through a phase? How can NOT eating MEAT possibly be good for any woman's health... considering we desperately need our daily in take of IRON and not to mention Vitamin B12 B6 and B everything else. I could go on and on but I will let all you doubtful Africans do that for me. Can an African become a Vegan? I dunno but here's Jemila's story.....
Part 2 of How I became a Vegan by Jemila Pratt