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Thanks again to my friend Bramuel for connecting us and taking us to a Maasai people village deep in the heart of Kajiado. We set off from Nairobi and it was about a 2 hour drive to get there. On the way, we stopped for a few samosas, which were incredibly delicious, and then continues onto a dirt road to get deep into Maasailand.
Maasai – The Maasai are a people group in Southern Kenya and Northern Tanzania. They are known for being nomadic herders, and follow the pasture as they are tend to livestock – mostly cows and goats.
One of the honors of Maasai culture is a whole goat roast, and it was a privilege to have the opportunity to see the entire process from start to finish. We arrived to the village and they got straight to work, slaughtering the goat traditional style, and sectioning it off. About 10 minutes after the goat was slaughtered the leader reached into the carcass and sliced out the raw kidney, and immediately handed me a slice, with a smile.
It was an honor to have this opportunity, to eat, and fellowship with this Maasai community in rural Kenya. It was a learning experience, and truly one of the top memories I’ve ever had.
Thank you for watching this Maasai food special video!
Also, check out my Nairobi travel guide here: https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/nairobi-kenya/
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