What country eats fufu?

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GhanaFufu is often dipped into sauces or eaten with stews of meat, fish, or vegetables. The dish reportedly originated in Ghana, where it is a staple. It is prepared in various ways. In Sierra Leone, for example, fufu is often made with fermented cassava.
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Fufu/Fufuo is a Twi word (language of the Akan ethnic groups) meaning "mash or mix" and believed to originate in what is modern-day Ghana, by the Asante, the Akuapem, the Guans, the Akyem, the Bono and the Fante peoples of the Akan ethnic group of Ghana, and made out of boiled cassava mixed with plantains or cocoyams ...
AfricaGhana/ContinentSearch for: Where is Ghana located?
The typical staple foods in the southern part of Ghana include cassava and plantain. In the northern part, the main staple foods include millet and sorghum. Yam, maize and beans are used across Ghana as staple foods. Sweet potatoes and cocoyam are also important in the Ghanaian diet and cuisine.
Ghana is Africa's largest gold producer, after overtaking South Africa in 2019 and second-largest cocoa producer (after Cote d'Ivoire). It is also rich in diamonds, manganese ore, bauxite, and oil....Economy of Ghana.Country groupDeveloping/Emerging Lower-middle income economyStatisticsPopulation29,767,108 (2018)36 more rows
West AfricanGhana is a West African country on the Gulf of Guinea. Its neighbours are Cote d'Ivoire, to the west, Burkina Faso, which lies north, and Togo, to the east. Ghana is mainly flat, but there are hills in the northern part of the country.
Akpeteshie is the national spirit of Ghana, produced by distilling palm wine or sugar cane.
Christianity is the largest religion in Ghana, with approximately 71.2% of Ghana's population being member of various Christian denominations as of 2010 census.
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