Potential of cassava leaves in human nutrition: A review.
Cassava is the second most important food root crop in Kenya. Despite its high production in the coastal and western regions, utilization is limited to human consumption.
To treat diarrhea, grab 7 cassava leaves, then boiled in 4 cups of water until the remaining 2 cups. Strain the water and drink the mixture two times a day. If a child with diarrhea is still nursing, so that drank the potion is his mother. Increase Appetite: If you are having difficulty eating, prepare to taste later cassava leaves boiled with.
Cassava also known as yuca can be boiled, fried or you can grind it squeeze the liquid out of it, then cook it into a nice flat bread. It is gluten free and taste somewhat like a potato.
The leaves of the cassava plant are also edible, but as with the roots, you must boil them to remove the unfavorable compounds. They taste a bit like collard greens. You can freeze the leaves raw and use later.
Ingredients 5oog frozen cassava leaves 1 cup of palm oil 2 bell peppers, finely chopped 1 bunch of spring onion, chopped 2-3 garlic cloves, minced 6-8 pieces of grilled chicken thighs 1 large smoked fish, deboned and thoroughly cleaned 500ml chicken stock salt to taste.
Cassava root and leaves are eaten as food. The nutritional value of cassava is similar to a potato. However, cassava contains chemicals called cyanogenic glycosides. These chemicals can release.
Cassava stalk and leaves ar e the major residues generated at the farm level. In 2014 about 3.7 In 2014 about 3.7 million MT of cassava stalk was estimated to have been generated at farms using crop.