More farm to table action as the kids tuck into nutritious cassava leaf fresh from the farm. While drought-resistant cassava tubers planted in February grow big under the soil for gari -making it's time to pick the leaves. And it's a fantastic first harvest from Miss Army and Hope Sakuma Mile Six - five dozen fat ties ready for market and with cassava heaps stretching away to the horizon in all directions, the promise of more to come! As luck would have it the market comes to the farm so all sold with no transportation costs and cash money for the bank! Two dozen make their way to Mama Mayila's Cradle welcomed by the kids who clean and cut the nutritious leaf and next day pound the chopped leaf to break down the fibres before preparing rice and cassava for everyone and Leo and Mya explain how good it is!
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