Ugali: made from maize meal, it is cooked in water to form a sort of corn cake. This staple is very high in starch and is very bland, lacking much in the way of flavour. Many meals in the farm-stay were served with an almost insurmountable pile of ugali on the side.
Managu: a dark leafy green, somewhat like spinach. This is normally eaten after being sauteĢed in water and some oil, however some athletes we spoke to even cooked the leaves in milk!

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