About the product:
Cassava is one of the primary starches used to make fufu. It’s eaten in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Côte D’ Ivoire, Nigeria, Ghana, Togo and Benin and more. It’s eaten in many Caribbean countries as well. Made of fermented cassava, this fufu can and should be eaten with any stew of choice: egusi, okra, peanut stew, tomato stew—whichever stew your heart desires. It’s scrumptious either way.
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