Familiar with the host of uses of the potato? Then you'll have plenty of inspiration to get started with the cassava. For example, EAT ME cassava tastes absolutely wonderful in oven dishes. Or you can add some cubed cassava to a salad.
Use a sharp knife because the cassava has quite a tough skin. After peeling, you can cut the cassava into slices or cubes. Or grate it. You can prepare cassava in the same way as potatoes.
How to use cassava in the kitchen?
You can store the EAT ME cassava for longer if it is kept outside the fridge.
Nutritional values per 100 grams
Cassava is widely eaten - and rightly so! This root is a source of vitamin B6, which can help reduce fatigue. Cassava is also rich in vitamin C which is good for your memory. And it is also a source of potassium, in other words: good for the nervous system.
Where do cassava come from?
We get the tastiest EAT ME cassavas from Costa Rica.