Ndole refers to one of the Cameroon special foods and is a popular dish of the south. The chief ingredients of Ndole are bitterleaf, melon seeds, peanuts, fish or meat. Cooked in oil and flavored by different spices, Ndole, is one of the favorite Cameroon foods.

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