Banga soup is another name of Palm Nut Soup, an African soup made by extracting the liquid out of a palm fruit. It is widely eaten all over West Africa to the Cameroon and is traditionally made by boiling about 100-200 palm fruits in a pot of water for about 20 minutes until the pulp softens. Banga soup is a soup made from the sauce squeezed from palm fruit (Elaeis guineensis) which is widely eaten all over West Africa to the Cameroon.

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