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Ethiopian culture also suggests that it is tolerable to kiss a person of the same sex three times on his/her cheeks after close comradeship has been established.Unlike other cultures, people in Ethiopia are also called by their first names or by the honorific title given to them.Often, children are the ones who do this form of salutation in meeting older generations.They also consider direct eye contact as essential to show respect to other people.They like to invite people and entertain their friends and guests at home.
Ethiopians are used to offering their visitors coffee, which is a national drink in Ethiopia, and it would be rude to refuse the offer.
Some people also use Injera as an edible utensil to scoop other foods.
There is Wat, a meat dish that is a size of a small cube, often made from chicken meat, lamb, goat and beef.
Injera, which is a sponge-like pancake is seen in nearly all tables of Ethiopian families.
It is made from teff, which is a grain that is indigenous to most areas in Ethiopia and it takes 2-3 days for the dow to be ready for cooking on a pan.