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Grocery Shopping in Zimbabwe

Grocery Shopping in Zimbabwe

Follow along as I head to the grocery store and pick up some items & show some of the more traditional Zimbabwean food staples.

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32 Comments

  1. Just look at things before I travel after lockdown…now now ,this whole payment issue with difference currencies ,don’t they just take bank cards ? I would definitely struggle keeping up

  2. Please do a culture shock video comparing what’s done is US vs Zim. Things like driving on the left, buying airtime, exchange rate etc

  3. I subscribe to see more content from you. Please visit more places around Zim. I like your content, how long are you going to be in Zim.

  4. The prices are pretty extreme. When I left 78 dollars would probably have bought the same things 5-10x. If you want to step outside your comfort zone you could try boerewors. Biltong is worth a try but it should be dry in Zim. We used to have excellent chicken, dry cured bacon and steak. Now, I have no idea. I miss Zimbabwean branflakes which seem so much better to me than the Western cardboard flavoured ones. 🙂

  5. Can I recommend food lovers to you for fresh vegetables. They’re the best when it comes to fruit and veg and they won’t go bad quickly.

  6. We love you so much Lea. I have subscribed to your videos and I will watch whenever you post. I wish you all the best and good health

  7. What looks most interesting to try? If you’re from Zim what are some of your favorite traditional dishes I should make?

  8. @ 18:06 I am curious to know what that 2,763.60 is for. Your groceries were 3,476.84 + tax 504.14.

  9. Are you working as a nurse in Zimbabwe. Where do you live. Interesting. You give me hope. Thank you for posting your experience.

  10. Thank you so much for sharing this with us and the world. We always watch your videos about Zimbabwe. You may not realise this but they are also important resource for geography lessons for school learners, especially here in the UK 🇬🇧
    We’re tired of the negative and demonisation of countries like Zimbabwe and its peoples. This humanises.
    Every country on earth has its own problems. We’ve had serious economic, social and political problems here in the UK in recent years, we expect things to get worse, but you’d never hear about them.

    It’s important to showcase and celebrate the good and positive of African countries, especially of countries and peoples who have historically and constantly been demonised internationally like the people of Zimbabwe.
    Thank you for sharing the love .

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