Kitcha refers to Eritrea's unleavened, thin and flat wheat bread which is one of the staple foods of the country. Kitcha is unleavened flat wheat bread is one of the staple foods of Eritrea.

Eritrea is located in eastern Africa north of Ethiopia, hence many of the country's traditional foods are similar to those of Ethiopia, like the Injera.

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