Pink Gari Reportedly Produced At Anlo Tsiame In The Volta Region, Photo Causes Stir Online

Pink Gari Reportedly Produced At Anlo Tsiame In The Volta Region, Photo Causes Stir Online

  • A young man named SeyramOfficial has caused a buzz on social media by sharing a photo of pink gari
  • The unique variation was reportedly made from sweet potatoes in Anlo Tsiame, Volta Region
  • The post has received over 1 million views on Twitter, sparking widespread curiosity and discussions about this unconventional take on the traditional cassava-based white gari

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A young man named SeyramOfficial shared a photo of a unique and captivating sight—bowls of pink gari, in a post that is going viral.

The post quickly garnered over 1 million views on Twitter, leaving netizens intrigued and curious about the peculiar delicacy.

Unlike the commonly known white gari made from cassava, Seyram explained that this vibrant pink variation is crafted from sweet potatoes, specifically found in Anlo Tsiame, located in the Volta Region.

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Pink gari from Volta
Pink gari reportedly produced in Volta Region. Photo credit: peopleimages via Gettyimages; @seyramofficial via Twitter
Source: UGC

The colorful gari has sparked widespread interest and discussions, with many expressing their surprise and fascination at this uncommon twist on a beloved traditional dish.

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How Ghanaians are reacting to the photo of the pink gari from Volta Region

Social media users from all corners of the country have been reacting to the post, with some sharing their own experiences or speculating about the taste and preparation of the pink gari.

@Kwasimodo_ said:

I have questions, please indulge me. Is it cheaper than cassava garri? How does it compare to cassava garri in terms of consumer preferences? Does it have any advantages or advantages compared to cassava garri? Most importantly, what is its origin story?

@seleuhillary mentioned:

Ghana things, I worked with a company experimenting with this. There is some getting used to with the red.

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@graceolao indicated:

Is it the same processing as cassava garri? Peeling, grinding, fermenting (optional) and open air roasting /frying?

@Mr_Orok stated:

Please you people should stop all this… So long as it’s not made from cassava, then it is not GARI… GARI can only be gotten from cassava…You are just eating granulated potatoes and calling it GARI. Una no Dey respect this GARI oh..

Kid sees snow falling abroad, calls it gari in video

Meanwhile, in a video posted by @bk1omoolusho, a child noticed snow falling from their home's window while they were abroad. "Gari," he said, pointing to the snow. His father was very surprised.

The child repeated the incorrect name and continued to say gari after being corrected by being informed that it was snow.

Mum uses suitcase to pack palm oil, groundnuts and gari and sends them to daughter abroad

In another report, a young woman of mixed heritage who goes by the handle @studio_asn used TikTok to upload a video of the meals her mother sent to South Korea for her.

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Gari, killishi, groundnuts, dried pepper, palm oil and crayfish were among the items the lady's mother sent. Not only that, but she also sent her some bundles of ankara, toothpaste and other household essentials.

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