Fermented Flour - Pap - Ogi - Akamu - Koko makes a hearty breakfast, wholesome comfort food, or adds a great unique flavor to muffins, cornbread, soups, or other dishes calling for corn or flour. Quick & easy to prepare. Microwavable. Gluten-Free.
A beloved food in the west African region, Fermented Corn Flour is made into a breakfast dish, food for babies, or a satisfying porridge.
In various regions of Nigeria, this food is affectionately known by one or a combination of the names: Pap - Ogi - Akamu - Koko. Try this traditional African taste today or, for those who grew up with Pap, enjoy a taste of "home."
The fermentation process breaks down the cornmeal making its nutrients more bio-available -- easy for the body to absorb. It also adds an interesting and compelling flavor profile.
Gluten-free - Wheat-free.
Quick, convenient, and easy to prepare. Add hot water and it will be ready in minutes. Microwavable.
Great replacement for grits, oatmeal, or other porridges.
Use in preparing cornbread or polenta, or as a thickener to veggie soups.
Use as a flour replacement in muffin or other baked recipes for a unique corn-inspired flavor.
Cornflour, Iron, Thiamine, Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Folic Acid, Lactic and/or Citric Acid work as preservative.