Culture of South Sudan
Dinka, Nuer, Bari, Lotuko, Kuku, Zande, Mundari, Kakwa, Pojulu, Shilluk, Moru, Acholi, Madi, Lulubo, Lokoya, Toposa, Lango, Didinga, Murle, Anuak, Makaraka, Mundu, Jur, Kaliko, and others.
- There is no official food yet.
- Ethiopian-style dishes are common; in the north, fuul – cooked and mashed fava beans – is popular.
- Meals based around sorghum, beans and goat meat are popular