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Weyzero Yemeserach doesn't sell her unmistakable Doro Wot consistently, she just sets them up on extraordinary events like occasions and weddings, and there is a long holding up rundown, expecting individuals to reserve a spot days, even a long time before the event. "That is on the grounds that I just make a restricted sum every day. To guarantee newness, I don't get ready ahead." 

 

Chicken butchering day is a significant occasion at the compound. At the point when her nephew 'Ba-be' butchers, it is typically no under ten-fifteen chickens all at once. 

 

Subsequent to dispatching the chickens, Weyzero Yemeserach and her two representatives burn the winged creatures in steaming hot water to cull the plumes. "This is the way my grandma once arranged Doro Wot," she said as she held one of the feathered creatures above fire to consume off the leftover hair "she never utilized alternate ways." 

 

"You need to work meticulously through each cycle to accomplish the ideal dish." Despite having representatives who can do all the truly difficult work, watching them work was difficult for her, she enjoyed doing everything herself. 

 

When the chickens were perfect and dry, she dismantled them with a sharp blade and only a couple all around set cuts. At that point she left them to marinate in a lime-salt answer for quite a long time, shaking them energetically inside the combination every so often. 

 

"I tailor each request as indicated by my customers' very own inclination; some inquire as to whether their food could be cooked in earth pots rather than steel to get that particular flavor, some need Tej added to the sauce to add a trace of pleasantness, and some demand I use oil rather than margarine. Each solicitation is welcome." said Weyzero Yemeserach. 

 

She doesn't have a mystery fixing, her customers are permitted to watch the entire cycle in the event that they so want. "What you see is the thing that you get" she advises them. 

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