Cassava: Production and processing
Eaten by both humans and animals, and with more than 20 derivative products, cassava offers considerable opportunities for income and advantages for food security. This versatile shrub is widely used in the food, textiles and other industries. For example, cassava tubers may be sold for preparation into pastries, tapioca, food pasta or chips, while the plant’s by-products include paper, glues and alcohol. Attractively laid out, with step-by-step guides and a wealth of colourful figures, illustrations and tables, this handbook makes simple techniques available to cassava producers, improving production, storage and processing.
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1. Description of the plant
2. Cassava production
3. Cassava harvesting
4. Storing cassava
5. Some food products based on cassava leaves
6. Cassava processing
7. Socio-economic indicators
8. Additional information
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Author:Habeeb Akinwale Published:18-06-2017
The part I was able to read thought me that cassava is easy to cultivate and has no waste whatsoever.