Some of the guests at a birth in the village of Hausein, lack of Gheralta mountains. The parties in these cases are usually numerous and often includes the whole people. The injera and home brew usually present. Basically you eat a dish called injera. It serves in a large plate of about 40-50 cm, usually aluminum, and where a base placed across the surface of 3mm or 5mm in thickness approximately bread-like and very, very fluffy. This base is made of fermented teff flour, put up spicy meats and vegetables, some with sauce. This "food" is eaten with the right hand, taking a little foundation and some meat. As most of the Orthodox population, Muslims or Jews do not use pork in any way. The tella is a yellowish home brew served in bars. It tastes quite strong.