Soumbala refer to the fermented and ball-shaped Néré seeds which are used to flavor the sauces that accompany every meal of or rice which is the staple food of the Burkina Faso. Soumbala is also known as Maggi Africain or Africain "Stock-Cubes" made from the Néré seeds which are fermented and rolled into a ball

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