Making Kocho – – Capturing Grace in Ethiopia for Hawassa Hope

Today I was shown how Kocho is made over a fire in a traditional African Hut.

Kocho is a traditional flatbread in the Gurage cuisine in Ethiopia, usually served with the meat dish called “kitfo,” and / or a cabbage called “Ubasha Cabbage”. The bread is made from fermented starch, also called “Kocho,” from the Enset plant.

I was fascinated by the amount of work and joy that went into making Kocho.

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