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    Valentine
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    Eba is a Nigerian staple made from cassava.

    Eba is not really a posh meal, but some really talented food bloggers have decided to change the face of eba and redefine the look. Here are 10 pictures of eba like you’ve never seen it.

    Yum Yum

    I dont want to believe that its Dr Eba at that corner.

    Two-toned eba

    This picture is amazing

    This looks divine

    The shaki is just accessorising the eba

    Love the colours

    Eba wheels

    Smooth eba roll

    Eba tower

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    Nontex Dick
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    Delicious eba…some may even eat the eba and leave the soup.

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    Jerrie
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    Yummy

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    Ireoluwa Emmanuel
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    its looks yummy really

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    sheegokeys
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    The person wey design dis eba doesn’t know the definition of hunger.
    Who design epp
    Me we prefer quantity over quality

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    Itzprince
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    @sheegokeys you too like food o

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    sheegokeys
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    @Itzprince, I cannuh comman go and kill myself with design

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    kingsabinto
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    Mouth watering food

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