Talk:Cameroonian cuisine

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Ndole and ndoleh[edit]

What is the relationship between ndoleh, described here as a spinach stew, and ndole, a type of leaf vegetable common in Cameroon and used there especially to make a stew, also called ndole [1], [2]? My best guess is that this is only a spelling difference, and that the word "spinach" has been used loosely here, but I would like to confirm. Thank you — Pekinensis 00:33, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

I think you are right. Ndole is not made with spinach, and the person who wrote that was either misinformed or speaking very loosely. -- BrianSmithson 01:41, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

Move[edit]

Per naming conventions, this article should be located at Cameroonian cuisine (note the capitalization). As a non-admin, I can't do the move apparently. — Dulcem (talk) 22:42, 17 June 2009 (UTC)

Under the heading ingredient, fufu is mentioned as something that is cultivated and grown. This is inaccurate. Fufu is a food product that is the result cooking and preparing a cultivated product. This should be moved to another section.