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RESTAURANTS AND BARS CAN BE FOUND IN MAIN TOWNS, OFTEN
WITHIN HOTELS. MOST LODGES AND SAFARI CAMPS ALSO HAVE
RESTAURANTS AND LICENSED BARS.

MILLET AND SORGHUM PORRIDGE ARE THE MOST POPULAR DISHES.
IN REMOTE AREAS PEOPLE USE MORAMA, AN IMMENSE UNDERGROUND
TUBER, AND AN EDIBLE FUNGUS KNOWN AS THE KALAHARI TRUFFLE
IN MAKING THERE DISHES. VISITORS CAN FOUND DISHES ARE LIKE
MOPANE WORM, A CATERPILLAR-LIKE GRUB WHICH CAN BE COOKED
IN HOT ASH, BOILED IN SALT WATER OR DRIED AND DEEP-FRIED.

TRADITIONAL DRINKS INCLUDE PALM WINE, EXTREMELY POTENT SWILL
AND KGADI, MADE FROM DISTILLED BROWN SUGAR OR FUNGUS.
LOCAL BEERS ARE ALSO GOOD AND EASILY AVAILABLE.
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