It’s time to harvest the two acres of corn we planted earlier in the year! Hopefully I’ll make the arrangements tomorrow and we will remember to grab a few pictures as well.
Our plan is to dry the corn and have it ground up into a flour. Kenyans use this flour to make a food called ugali, which is essentially this corn flour cooked with water into an almost cake like substance. Cake like in shape but nowhere near cake like in taste!
Despite my distaste of the stuff most Kenyans simply love it.
After we have the flour it will be given away to hungry people we are working with in the community.