White gari

White gari

6.49 CAD $

Other names: gari, white gari,  Tapioca, Ijebu, garri, dried cassava graines, cassa graines

Ingredients: cassava

Weight: 2.2olb (1kg)

Brand: Afritibi

Country of Origin: Cameroon


White gari

What is white gari ?

White gari is one of the varieties of Garri in west Africa, Its produced mainly by the Yoruba people of Ijebu Origin in Nigeria. It has a pleasantly sour taste that is great for soaking – when you add cold water, room temperature water or milk and eat with a spoon like eating cereal.

How is white gari made ?

White Gari is a creamy-white or yellow granular flour with a slightly fermented flavour and sometimes sour taste. It is made from fermented, gelatinised fresh cassava tubers. Garri is a staple food largely eaten in Nigeria and other West African countries.

How do you eat gari?

Gari can be eaten without further cooking, as a snack, by placing it in a bowl and adding cold water, sugar, groundnut and milk. This is usually called garri soakings. For example, ijebu-garri is made with finer grains, and has a pleasantly sour taste, making it very suitable to be eaten in this way.
Weight2.60 lbs
Dimensions8 × 6 × 2 in
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