Category:Wele (Ghana)

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Wele or Coat are the names for a meat-snack in Ghana, in Nigeria it's called Pomo. It's a matter of pieces of unprocessed cowhides which come mostly from Mali, Nigeria or Benin and over Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast or Togo to Kumasi and from there on the Ghanaian coast. These cowhide pieces are salted and dried over a period of several months until they are offered as meat-snacks on the markets in Ghana. They should be "eaten with strong teeth", that's meaning that's a "non age-friendly food". For people with decayed teeth, and toothless oldies is the consumption of Wele not to commend.

Wele should not to be confused with Kelewele.

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