- n. cassava with long tuberous edible roots and soft brittle stems; used especially to make cassiri (an intoxicating drink) and tapioca
“I was really amused by Chiaki's pickled ginger sushi, mostly because I was reminded of the web quiz where one of the Lucky Star girls got classified as gari (Konata?) after making fun of another (Kagami) who had been classified as kappa maki (cucumber roll): Is that even sushi?”
“The housemade "gari" or pickled ginger was sweet and spicy with a softer texture than most.”
“Soy flour is also added to customary cowpea, yam and cassava flours in traditional foods such as gari, akara, and ogi.”
“The principal form in which cassava is eaten in West Africa is as a fermented meal known as 'gari', while in Central and South America a product, 'farinha de manioca' which is similar to 'gari' except that much less fermentation occurs during its preparation, is very popular.”
“People in some parts of the country prefer yellow gari which is made by adding a small amount of palm oil during the toasting process.”
“They pound cassava they produce into 'gari' which is mixed with water and eaten with sauce, and Serena said soon the youths will be able to process the mangoes and bananas into juice.”
“She grates cassava herself to make tapioca, or "gari", that she sells at the markets of her town.”
“And I love eating gari, I could eat the stuff after each and every piece.”
“That would be fun, too. photo courtesy gari. baldi”
“The sushi chefs sliced up the lobster tail for us to eat, accompanying it with the typical wasabi (the real stuff!) and gari.”
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