Ethiopian food is always meant for sharing and traditional meals are always served from a single plate. In fact, eating from individual plates strikes most Ethiopians as hilarious, as well as rather bizarre and wasteful. Sharing a platter builds automatic social bond allowing you to get closer in space, permitting for deeper conversations and connection.
Ethiopian food is eaten with hands and it is tradition to share and socialise, referred to as eating from a communal plate. You eat by tearing off a piece of injera, using it to grab some wot (stew), and putting it directly in your mouth.
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