5 Innovations That Could Make Processing Of Cassava Into Garri Less Stressful For Farmers In Nigeria
Cassava is widely grown in different states in Nigeria, it remains one of the most consumed crops in the country. If we are to fully explore the potential of the crop, effective processing methods that can bring a variety of products must be embraced. Cassava can be processed into several products such as lafun, garri, tapioca, akpu, and many more.
Garri is a food that doesn't need much introduction. It is a derivative of cassava, and it's made by peeling, grinding, soaking, sieving and frying cassava. Garri is a major staple food in Nigeria and West Africa at large, and it can be prepared in various ways.
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Some people have the habit of eating certain foods raw because they may think it is right. Some foods may taste better when eaten raw but some side effects may be noticed. There are other foods when eaten raw could harm you due to the toxins these foods contain.
Still Eating Fufu? Here Is A Substance Contained In Cassava That's Not Properly Processed Which Is Harmful To Our Health
Food can never be removed from the list of items which we use on a daily basis. As a matter of fact, no one survives without food as we live to see another day because we are able to feed well today. However, the kind of things that we eat matter alot and proper attention needs to be given to it.Many people do not actually care about what goes into their mouth at a particular time.
Cassava peel is one of the most underrated by-products of Cassava processing. The peels are a result of the activities of most cassava processing plants. These peels are found mostly in the environment of the cassava processing industry. Most times these peels are wasted and most times serve as hazards to the environment.
Cassava is one of most essential cash crops in Nigeria. It has also become a staple food like cocoyam and yam. Although cassava is produced in many Nigerian States, it is predominantly cultivated in the southern part of the country. Cassava was initially brought to the West Coast of Africa from South America, in the 16th century by the early Portugese explorers.
Cassava is a tuber crop which is used for the production of various carbohydrate foods in Nigeria. There are many tuber crops but cassava is mostly cultivated and sold everywhere because of its numerous benefits. Foods produced from cassava are energy giving foods and its products are sold and eaten everywhere.
Garri which is also called cassava flakes is a popular food in Nigeria especially in the southern part of the country, it is a very good source of carbohydrates and it is one of the most consumed foods in Nigeria. Garri is eaten either as eba or soaked in water with sugar and groundnut, many people do not know the health benefits of eating this delicious meal.
If Farmers Can't Produce Cassava, Because Of Fear Of Being Killed, The Result Will Be Famine- Victor
Food inflation has been the major talking point for many Nigerians in the past few months. There is arguably no food item that hasn't increased in price. Items like Rice, Beans, Tomatoes, meat, wheat, pepper, and others, are almost not affordable for the common Nigerians.
A young man who after graduating from the University engaged in the farming and processing of cassava to take care of himself and save to further his education has been given a scholarship to study abroad. This message was well-received by Nigerians as they wished him well and prayed for his success as he has been given the opportunity to fulfill his dreams and aspirations.
Cassava flakes popularly known as Garri, is a type of food made from cassava. It is manufactured by peeling, grounding, dehydrating and frying the cassava. There are two major types of Garri in the market: 1. White Garri:This type of Garri is produced by the process mentioned above.
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Fufu is a popular African food made from cassava. Many people are asking why they react to raw cassava fufu immediately after taking it. Cassava contains cyanide and which is the same acid in soya milk, this cyanic acid is highly toxic in the cells of blood group B people.
Fufu is a natural food that is rich in vitamin and carbohydrates, this food which is also known as Akpu is widely eaten in different Countries around the World. Although fufu is a delicious meal, people don't eat it often because they believe that the process of making it is stressful, but that is not true because I will be showing you an easy way of making fufu in this article.
According to an article shared by the Anambra Broadcasting Service, the Anambra State Government has decided to make an attempt to end hunger. The State Government said that they are committed to end hunger in Anambra State, this will be done by the continuation of it's initiatives of reducing and also to provide farm inputs for farmers.
The officers of Nigeria Customs Service have intercepted live cartridges concealed in bags of cassava flour, (garri). The Ammunitions were said to have been loaded in three Mazda saloon car. According to Channels Tv, this incident was confirmed by the Customs Public Relations officer, Theophilus Duniya.
Here in Nigeria, we were told certain things to do and not to do concerning our health. Some are right while some are not. And when someone tells us untrue things about our health it might put us in danger. Here am going to tell you some of the most popular health myth in Nigeria that are not true.
Abacha is a very popular meal in the Esthern Nigeria. It is also known as African salad. It has gotten so popular that people Of different tribes likes it Abacha is made from Cassava. It is made by Boling the Cassava tubers. After pealing the back and wash very well, the next thing is to boil.
Today, a Photo have surfaced on-line of a Woman who showed of her bountiful harvest from her Farm. As you sow you will reap, unfortunately not everyone sows and reap bountifully. Some people suffer and labour on their farmland at the end they reap little to nothing.