The traditional Cameroonian variant: Okok with cassava roots.
The typical dish from Betis (Central Cameroon), okok, which is still called fumbwa, is particularly valued by the Cameroonians.
It consists of leaves of gnetum, peanut paste and palm nut juice and is accompanied by tubers or manioc sticks.
Preparation and storage
Storage and usage information: Keep dry
Brand: Okok leaves dried
Country of origin: Cameroon
Contact address: Douala Cameroon
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