Meet new name for soaking garri according to Nigerians – Grocery drinking
Gone are those days where drinking or soaking garri is regarded as poor man’s food.
Usually, grocery refers to items or food products that are typically found in a grocery store. But in today’s world (read Nigeria’s terminology) grocery refers to garri. Garri you are about to soak in water and drink.
Usually, garri is accompanied with different condiments. Some people use groundnuts, milk, sugar, salt etc to drink garri. With this new naming system, some of these condiments also have their new names. Here are some of them;
2) Floating berries
Everyone knows it’s tradition to accompany your garri with some protein. The most common option is usually groundnuts or peanuts. Today, peanuts have a new name and it is called floating berries.
NB: In case you haven’t noticed, the water you use to drink garri is now better referred to as H2O.
3) Kuli kuli
Kuli kuli is a popular Northern snack made from dry and roasted groundnut. It is commonly eaten with soaked garri. With this new nomenclature, kuli kuli is now commonly referred to as chocolate crunches or waffles.