Wow! You can get Farine!
What is Cassava Farine? It is a root vegetable. It is the underground part of the cassava shrub which has the Latin name Manihot esculenta. Like potatoes and yams, it is a tuber crop. It's a major source of calories and carbs for people in developing countries. It is a calorie-rich vegetable that contains plenty of carbohydrates and key vitamins and minerals. Cassava is a good source of vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. Cassava has twice the fiber of potatoes and is potassium-rich.
How to use Cassava Farine? Cassava Farine can be used as a cereal, served as a meal with gravy, and used as stuffing. It is also used to make pudding, breading, and avocado balls, which make great appetizers. Farine is eaten mashed, added to stews, and used to make bread and chips.