Seven things you should know about Enset
Enset is a typical Ethiopian staple food, especially in the southern part of the country. Many researchers have found out that it is drought resistant and can be best food supply in drought prone areas of the globe. We, at Addis Buzz, provide you with seven important points you should know about Enset, source of Kocho.

3. Those who cultivate this banana cousin often grow dozens of these plants in fields very close to their homes.

Those who cultivate this banana cousin often grow dozens of these plants in fields very close to their homes.

4. When the plant is six or seven years old a farmer will cut it down, chop up part of the root, scrape out the inside of the stem, and massage these plant chunks by hand into a pulp.

When the plant is six or seven years old a farmer will cut it down, chop up part of the root, scrape out the inside of the stem, and massage these plant chunks by hand into a pulp.



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