16 responses

  1. JulieD
    October 19, 2011

    What a beautiful post and recipe. Thank you for sharing about the Kwagala Project…seems like they do awesome stuff!

  2. norma
    October 19, 2011

    What a wonderful project and donation is on its way.
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  3. Yadsia @ShopCookMake
    October 19, 2011

    Amazing to see how other people live.

  4. Sally – My Custard Pie
    October 19, 2011

    A really interesting way to spread awareness of such a worthwhile project.
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  5. Mr. Guilty
    October 20, 2011

    Great post, pictures and cause. Thanks to BWOB to help with this cause.

  6. Helene
    October 20, 2011

    My husband worked a long time in Africa and can testify how these people suffer. Thanks for taking about this project and sharing this nice recipe.

  7. Amanda
    January 15, 2013

    Thank you for the recipe!!! I have been craving these ever since I returned from Uganda!

  8. kristen
    May 16, 2013

    THANK YOU for this!! We adopted a five year old from uganda in August. She and I have been wanting to make posho and beans for our family. I have the beans down but wasn’t sure about the posho!!

    • Elizabeth
      May 17, 2013

      So glad I could help!

  9. John
    January 8, 2014

    Actually, Magadi is a corporation that makes soda ash in East Africa. Soda ash is also known as baking soda.

    • Elizabeth
      January 8, 2014

      Magadi is a company that makes soda ash, but soda ash is NOT baking soda. Soda ash is sodium carbonate, not sodium BIcarbonate. sodium carbonate is used as a water softener or as a lyeing agent like when making German pretzels. They are not the same thing.

      • John
        January 9, 2014

        Oh, right you are. We used it to help wash clothes in Uganda. I just assumed it was just like baking soda. The takeaway is you can find this pretty readily either at the grocery store or a pool supply store.

      • Elizabeth
        January 9, 2014

        Awesome, thanks!

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