-YELLOW GARRI – with a tinge of palm oil-
Garri is used to prepare “Eba” after mixing with hot water and taken with soups. Due to its flaky nature when soaked in cold water, can be taken as a food drink in many households with milk, sugar, suya (roasted meat), groundnut, kulikuli (snacks made from groundnut), coconut, fried meat, fish (raw, cooked or fried) and the list is endless. Garri increases vitality in its consumers.
Ẹ̀bà is a staple food eaten in West African sub-region mainly and beyond, mainly eaten in Nigeria and founded in Nigeria. It is made from dried grated cassava (manioc) flour, commonly known as garri.