Go Co village is famous for being the ideal land to grow tubers. In it, cassava is one of the specialties of the village. Go Co villagers create a lot of dishes from cassava roots. Typical is a little bread. In the April lunar season, cassava roots are harvested from terraced fields that are still fresh, succulent, and white. The aunties grind the tapioca tubers into flour to curl them into a fine powder. The soft, supple taste of the cassava roots combined with the layer of fresh and creamy coconut make a simple but unforgettable taste of bread. This is also a precious gift to give to relatives and relatives. Go Co villagers’ childhoods all remember the silhouette of their homeland through these small cakes!
The process of wrapping tapioca roots with banana leaves