Has any1 ever managed to smuggle Vinkubala through Heathrow?

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Has any1 ever managed to smuggle Vinkubala through Heathrow?

Postby Mulendo » 11th February 2016, 22:00

Dear Zambia,

If you have this valuable information please kindly share. I have tried three times now and three times those stupid British customs people confiscated my stash of the delicacy. The British are such snobs.
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Re: Has any1 ever managed to smuggle Vinkubala through Heath

Postby economic refugee » 12th February 2016, 05:31

When I leave Zambia I don't want to think about vinkubala because when I come back them vinkubala taste even sweeter. That is my philosophy.
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Re: Has any1 ever managed to smuggle Vinkubala through Heath

Postby potato peeler » 12th February 2016, 09:22

My own weakness are the furry mice. I LOVE mbeba, from head to tail
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Re: Has any1 ever managed to smuggle Vinkubala through Heath

Postby mukolwe » 12th February 2016, 15:01

ba mulendo.. I didn't think you'd have that issue at heathrow seeing how many southern Africans go through there.

I've never had any issues bringing in vinkubala (among other home foods),but not through heathrow however. but one would think the heathrow custom guys are so close to southern Africa, they might as well start eating vinkubala ne mbeba.

I still have some in the freezer, last time I was home my sister overbought, gave some away but still have some left. I can't stomach them

kalebalika mukwai
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