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Reviews and Receipts: Should You Give This Canned Egusi Soup a Try?

Canned Egusi soup? We had to try it. Welcome to Reviews and Receipts, featuring our host Ike Slimster.

Egusi is life, that's simply a fact. Egusi in a can? Well, we're not quite as sure.


Nigerian-owned food producer, Egunsi Foods is the brave brand, aiming to make stews like egusi (melon seed soup), obe ata (tomato stew) and gbegiri (black-eyed pea soup) accessible, by packaging them in plastic containers and selling them online or at your local Whole Foods. Bet you never thought you'd buy classic Nigerian dishes at the same spot where you get your gluten-free kale or whatever.

Yeah, we were curious about it too, so we had "Reviews and Receipts" host, Ike Slimster, try out some of their products.

Here's the verdict:

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Editor: Ike Slimster

Producer: Chika Okoli

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9 Black Electronic Musicians You Should Be Listening To

Featuring DJ Lag, Spellling, Nozinja, Klein, LSDXOXO and more.

We know that Black queer DJs from the Midwest are behind the creation of house and dance music. Yet, a look at the current electronic scene will find it terribly whitewashed and gentrified, with the current prominent acts spinning tracks sung by unnamed soulful singers from time to time. Like many art forms created by Black people all over the world, the industry hasn't paid homage to its pioneers, despite the obvious influence they have. Thankfully, the independent music scene is thriving with many Black acts inspired by their forefathers and mothers who are here to revolutionize electronic music. Here are a list of the ones you should check out:

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