Somali cuisine

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Brief summary - Somali cuisine

Somali cuisine varies from region to region and is a fusion of different Somali culinary traditions. It is the product of Somalia's tradition of trade and commerce. Some notable Somali delicacies include sabaayad (kimis), canjeero/laxoox (injera), xalwo (halva), sambuusa, bariis iskukaris, and muqmad/odkac (beef jerky). Pork consumption is forbidden to Muslims in Somalia, in accordance with Sharia, the Islamic law.

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