Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Japan, a folding-fan, in distinction from the flat screen fan, uchiwa. See the extract.
“Thus, fermented doughs, such as ogi or ugi (a similar product widely eaten in East Africa), might be liquefied with Power Flour into forms that weanlings can "drink.”
“The fermented sediment is ogi which is boiled either in water or in the ogi water (supernatant) to give ogi porridge”
“I think you make Agidi the same way you make normal ogi just that you use stock meat, chicken instead of just plain water and then u wrap it in the leaves and allow it to set.”
“One example is ogi, a blancmange-like product that is one of Nigeria's most important foods.”
“In Nigeria, it is fermented, like maize or sorghum, to produce ogi - a traditional weaning food that is still common.”
“The rather stark skeleton, then, made a dramatic backdrop for her richly coloured, patterned and textured collection of mai ogi, stage fans used by dancers.”
“Since the mai ogi were often the only props allowed on stage, they took the place of a samurai sword, a pine forest, the moon in autumn, a staircase to the attic, a storm-roiled sea or a simple teacup.”
“In view of this, studies were undertaken to increase the protein content of ogi relatively inexpensively and to develop a technique for processing cassava into gari that would eliminate cyanogens from the product or reduce them to innocuous levels.”
“Yet it is nutritionally inferior to maize, which is deficient in certain essential amino acids, because of the maize-milling process that is an integral part of ogi production.”
“The same was also true for unenriched and protein-enriched ogi except for color (6).”
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