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I Didn’t Know: My Shito Story

Recently I got exposed to shito, a Ghanaian sauce for all kinds of meals. After I tried it, I got hooked on to it.

As expected, I ran out of supplies and contracted a sister to supply me some more. On picking up the supplies, she asked a question which made me think for a minute,

“Do you know how to take care of shito?”

Ah! Take care? Was there a method? I thought you needed to simply put it in the refrigerator.

Well, there was a way to take care of shito, and she explained how to make sure it lasts and stays fresh. I was wowed.

Everything has a manual. We must learn and understand how things work, even the simplest of things.

Before taking that next major step – marriage, business, career – stop and ask,
“How does this work?”
“Is there something I should know about this that I do not already know?”

It will save you a lot of regrets.

I will take all the necessary precautions – clean dry spoon always, make sure oil is always on top of the shito – so I can enjoy my shito experience.

Don’t just do, ask questions first : )

Ike Amadi

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Ike Amadi

Author of the book Do Something! I am an advocate of all things #fresh. I want to see you become a #dosomethingperson.

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