About the product:
- Miondo, otherwise known as cassava sticks: fermented cassava wrapped in leaves*, and boiled.
- To eat the Ndolé with Miondo, you unpeel a Mondo (singular), which is a little sticky, fold it, dunk it into the stew and bite a piece off.
Miondo are similar to bobolo, but much thicker
- Miondo is a perfect substitute for bread, as the two products offer similarities in consumption.
- Ingredients 100% cassavaDisclaimer
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