" You don't need a silver fork to eat good food."

  • Injera is usually served on a very big round metal tray. Different dishes are put on top of it – depending on your order. Traditionally injera is served with different types of wots. Wot is a mixture of vegetables, meat and sauces. There is doro wot with chicken, siga wot with beef, or shiro wot which is chickpeas flour stew.

  • Injera is shared – there will be a plate to share with your friends. You should eat injera using your hand: tear of a piece of it, scoop some food with it and put it directly into your mouth. Remember to eat with your right hand as left is considered unclean.

  • Don’t be surprised if your Ethiopian friend tries to feed you – it’s a gesture of friendship and respect and you should accept it no matter how strange it might seem to you – this tradition is called gursha.

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