Garri is a fine to coarse granular flour of varying texture made from cassava tubers, which are cleaned after harvesting and grated. The water and starch are squeezed out and it is left to ferment. It is then fried and eaten in various ways. Garri is not just a staple food in Nigeria, It is a popular West African food and daily meal. Moreover, Garri constitutes a daily meal to over 150 million people worldwide.