Homemade organic injera


Now that Pal’s Take Away has officially left the building to open their own sandwich shop, the lovely Ethiopian couple who run the market on 24th and York Hampshire have begun a new endeavor by offering fresh, homemade injera! In case you don’t know, injera is that wonderfully spongy sourdough-like stuff that’s used to eat Ethiopian food in lieu of utensils. And they’re selling packs of six for only five dollars!


Look at all that yeasty goodness! Just don’t do what I did and eat the whole pack in one night, because you might feel somewhat, well, incapacitated the next day…

6 Responses to “Homemade organic injera”

  1. Mark says:

    24th and Hampshire*

  2. JohnnyL says:

    great, here comes the goddam invasion of the ethiopian hipsters to the mission…

  3. COMG says:

    Wonderful stuff, especially with spicy, saucy meat. Bring on the carnitas, the Latin/Ethiopian Fusion!

  4. Dan says:

    100% Teff?