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In West Africa, Gari is 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.

In the Hausa language, such powdery granules are also obtained from the processing of other crops, for example, garin dawa (guinea corn flour), garin masara (maize flour), garin sukkhari (sugar), and particularly fried tapioca.[1] Garin magani is a powdery medicine.

Flour foodstuffs mixed with cold or boiled water are a major part of the diet amongst the various ethnicities of Nigeria, Benin Republic, Togo, Ghana, Guinea, Cameroon and Liberia.

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