Ivory Coast is shifting to cassava bread | Cassava flour is being substituted for wheat

Ivory Coast will be experiencing a new taste in bread as bakers in the West African are starting to use locally produced cassava flour to bake bread. Surging wheat prices have been driven upwards by the war in Ukraine making it unbearable for the country to import. Bakers, with the government’s support, are also starting to substitute a small portion of wheat flour with flour from cassava, a root vegetable.

  

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