Relax... every thing will be covered as time traverses. Fruits in kiSwahili is Matunda and Vegetables in kiSwahili is Mboga. Mboga also means spinach and is a word that precedes different type of green leaf cooked as vegetables. For example in kiSwahili, the leaves of Cassava/Tapioca plant are called 'Mboga ya kisamvu'. In real sense, any thing that accompanies the real meal or completes the real meal (most often meaning staple food) is called 'Mboga'. Therefore in kiSwahili if you had rice with any thing, the second part would be called 'Mboga'. But most common term especially if the accompanying food it is meaty, then it is called kitoweo [keeto way oh]. Whether it be vegetables or any type of meat / flesh.
Zanzibar (where I come from) used to be called Islands of Spices, so I would not go without listing some spices. Most of recipes will call for these spices. As time goes by, I will include actual photos of the spices so that you may be able to tell by sight what I mean to say
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