A Haitian Snack

It’s called “Ereba” in Central South America and “Fufu” in Africa. Here in Haiti, it’s known as “Kasav” and can be purchased by the side of the road. It’s a staple made from the yucca root. At times coconut is added (my favorite!) and it tastes great when topped with “mamba” (peanut butter). In English, it’s called Cassava Bread, but we never had any until we came to the mission field. Add a slice of “zaboka” (avocado) and you have yourself one great snack!

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