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Seswaa is a traditional meat dish of Botswana, made of beef, goat, chicken or lamb meat. The fatty meat is generally boiled until tender in any pot, with "just enough salt," and shredded or pounded. It is often served with pap (maize meal) or sorghum meal porridge.
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