A house ""helper"" grinds tomatoes, garlic, onions, and pepper in a bowl to prepare stew. Stews are typically eaten on top of rice, boiled yams, or plantains. The method of grinding, mashing, or pounding food is commonly used in Ghanaian cooking traditions.
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