Did you know that the word 'Garri' is not an English word but a cliche that has been widely accepted in West Africa, especially among Nigerians?
Today, we'll be educating us on the right word to call the powdery food material flour made from the tuberous roots of the cassava plant, which in the process of its manufacture is changed into dry edible granules.
A more appropriate English name for garri will be 'granulated cassava' or 'cassava granules'. You're not wrong if you use 'cassava flour' as it is grammatically correct in this context. Please, take note.
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