Men's Clothing Price in Addis Ababa


Nuro Besheger - Men's Clothing Price in Addis Ababa. The Ethiopian traditional costume is made of woven cotton. Ethiopian men and women wear this traditional costume called Gabbi or Netella. Women often wear dresses (Kemis) and Nutella with borders of colored embroidered woven crosses, but other designs are also used.


Other ethnic groups and tribes in the south and west of the country wear different costumes that reflect their traditions. Some tribes partially cover their body with leather but others do not wear any clothes at all, merely decorating their faces and bodies with distinctive images.


The Ethiopian national dish is called wat. It is a hot spicy stew accompanied by injera (traditional large spongy pancake made of teff flour and water). Teff is unique to the country and is grown on the Ethiopian highlands. There are many varieties of wat, e.g. chicken, beef, lamb, vegetables, lentils, and ground split peas stewed with a hot spice called berbere.


Berbere is made of dried red hot pepper, herbs, spices, dried onions, dried garlic, and salt ingredients. What is served by placing it on top of the injera which is served in a mesob (large basket tray). The food is eaten with fingers by tearing off a piece of injera and dipping it in the wat.


Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Christians do not eat meat and dairy products (i.e. egg, butter, milk, and cheese) on Wednesdays and Fridays except the 50 days between Easter and Pentecost, the Fast of the Prophets, the fast of Nineveh, Lent, the Fast of the Apostles and the fast of the Holy Virgin Mary. 


According to the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church belief, the faithful must abstain from eating meat and dairy products to attain forgiveness of sins committed during the year and undergo a rigorous schedule of prayers and atonement.

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