Name Variations Edit
About Gari Edit
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Garri is a popular West African food made from cassava tubers. The tubers are peeled, washed and grated. The pulp is then allowed to ferment for two days while the water is pressed out, and then sieved, fried and cooled. Gari can be consumed by placing it in a bowl and adding sugar and water or by preparing it with boiling water after which it is known as Eba.
See also Edit
- pickled ginger for Japanese "gari"