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We ate all the chapati and cakes in Uganda. Sorry Not Sorry! #vlog #uganda #africa
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We ate all the chapati and cakes in Uganda. Sorry Not Sorry! #vlog #uganda #africa

Vlog: We ate all the chapati and cakes in Uganda.

Sorry Not Sorry! #vlog #uganda #africa

Hi friends! This is a bit out of sequence as this was one of our earlier kaduuka trips. Check out out walking in our neighborhood (I even walked backwards, tricky eh!) to the kaduuka (small shop) to eat all the chapati and cakes we could! I also talk about some tricky Luganda pronunciation.
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Thanks for watching.
xo
Nat

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Kenyan Street Food
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Vlog: Eating A Kenyan Meal Ruaka Town #food #adventure #africa #travel

Vlog: Eating A Kenyan Meal Ruaka Town

FOOOOOD #africa #vlog #nairobi #kenya

We went out to Ruaka town near Nairobi with our friend Willy for a Kenyan meal at a roadside butchery.
See a longer edit from this day: https://youtu.be/0JRYGyGQeEg
Read a blog on Diva Foodies about my Nairobi, Kenya food experiences:
http://divafoodies.com/natalie-browns-nairobi-food-adventures/
Today’s meal was:
Roasted Goat (Mbuzi Choma)
Sukuma Wiki
Kachumbari
Ugali

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Is Food More Important Than Music?
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Lately I have been enjoying making food more than making music. I had to think about that and I realized a few things. Will you indulge me in my heart spilling in a stream of consciousness to whoever might take the time to read it?

Once upon a time, back when I first started to make music, it wasn’t the ‘norm’… there weren’t all the tools available to do it like there are now and basically only actual musicians could make records. Making those records was a really special thing to do and when you put a record out people enjoyed it. They didn’t (always) rip them apart like you were someone on American Idol to be ‘judged’. They just bought the record, enjoyed it and sometimes let you know if they liked a song and told you what it meant to them. That felt so good. Me giving a piece of my soul to strangers and them loving it, feeding from it to sustain thier souls. This is why I make music. To feed a soul. Today, when I bake something or make a meal and I share that food with someone I feel like they enjoy it. I feel like that food made a difference to them in their day and it gives me such immense pleasure to feed someone and know they have enjoyed it.

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