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Uji is a traditional Kenyan fermented porridge that can be made from maize, cassava, finger millet, sorghum, or other grains. Due to its high nutritional value, it is often fed to young children and nursing mothers and is part of the complementary feeding and weaning regime for Kenyan babies.[1] Uji is drunk out of a mug.

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  1. It's Uji Time, Accessed February 23, 2012.

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