Somali cuisine varies from region to region and, due to the country's trading traditions, has been influenced by Ethiopian, Yemeni, Iranian, Turkish, Indian and Italian cultures. All food is halal.Breakfast (quraac) is an important meal for Somalis who often start the day by drinking shaah, a kind of black tea and a flatbread (canjeero) similar to injera Ethiopian, but smaller and thinner.The canjeer...
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