The sweetness of Ugali can only be best relayed by a man from Western Kenya or Nyanza, to know if its properly cooked, the delicacy must hit the wall and return, not stick, not fall partially, RETURN.
Well, an invention trending on social media has done the majority of Kenyans injustice going by the fact that ugali is a staple food for Kenyans.
The ugali invention is likely to dwindle in sales if, at all brought into Kenya as going by sentiments shared on social media platforms, Kenyans want the relationship between their ugali and mwiko (cooking stick) to stay untouched.
Normally when you cook ugali, there is the crust that forms around the sufuria and most people bonded with as children and the electronic invention is simply taking that away from Kenyans.
Kenyans have not shied away from expressing their dislike for the invention of the ugali cooker that is seen tossing and turning what is believed to be a mix of water and maize flour imagine to be ugali that most people in Kenya will not consider cooked without the crust.
With the invention of rice cookers, deep fryers, chapati roller, chicken grillers, the Kitchen inventions have hit a new climax with the invention of the ugali cooker which is likely not to be as a great success as its predecessors.
Kenyans have hilariously thrown shade onto the new invention of an ugali cooker, enjoy some of the comments:
Ati an invention on how to cook ugali bila Mwiko! First and foremost we don’t need any more inventions when it comes to Ugali..! Secondly cooking ugali is an art! And the Mwiko is the brush! Alafu Sasa hii itawacha Malondo kweli😳😳😳 pic.twitter.com/JPuo830b5a
— Daddy Owen (@daddyowenmusic) January 23, 2020
this ugali cooker is okey but haina ile ukoko (the chapati between ugali and sufuria) 🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/5GTQVnj8uC
— ANNAN TWYCROSS (@annantwycross) January 23, 2020
Am getting emotional watching exclusively luhya jobs being snatched by a machine 😫 Ugali pic.twitter.com/rJWSlnwkY0
— Grandpa (@CalebSenior) January 23, 2020