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Traditional Taste

Gari Ijebu


Gari Ijebu has a sharper taste, crispier and less starchy than the white ones.

Loved across Africa, Gari is an incredibly versatile ground food that is both eaten as a snack and used in many traditional dishes. Made from ground, sieved and fried cassava tubers, some of the most popular gari-based dishes include Eba: a stiff dough that is eaten with soups, Kokoro: a sweet, deep-fried snack, and Gari Foto: a filling rice-like dish.

Gari Ijebu