Ijebu Garri

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Ijebu garri is rich in dietary fiber so when you eat just a little quantity, it can keep you feeling full for long; this can be beneficial for people trying to shed some weight. Ijebu garri is sometimes used to control simple diarrhea. Ijebu garri contains the following nutrients – ascorbic acid (vitamin A) , carbohydrates, and dietary fiber. Because of the lengthened days of fermentation, Ijebu garri has a sour taste ; It is actually desired for its sour taste , most like to soak it in cold water and enjoy it alongside foods like milk, sugar, fried fish, groundnut, kuli kuli, suya , kilishi


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In West Africa, garri refers to the creamy granular flour obtained by processing the starchy tuberous roots of freshly harvested cassava. Ijebu Garri 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.

Ijebu garri is made when peeled cassava tubers, washed and grated or crushed to produce a mash. The mash could be mixed with palm oil (oil garri) before being placed in a porous bag. It is then placed in an adjustable press machine for 1–3 hours to remove excess starchy water.

Described simply as” the best Garri ever!” this cassava cereal is made by Ijebu farmers who have made the artisanal creation of garri renowned by locals and foreigners alike. Our garri is carefully processed to perfection without any synthetic chemicals to produce the finest grains ever. The flavor is pleasantly sour which make this product ideal for “soaking” or drinking. Enjoy with sugar and/condensed milk when soaking or can be made into fufu for a heavier meal.

Weight 2 kg
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