FuFu typically refers to a starchy, smooth, gently cooked dough, but each version has its characteristics, from Senegal to Cameroon, Puerto Rico, to Brazil. It’s traveled across lands and forcibly migrated across oceans, transforming along the way. In West and Central Africa, FuFu is made from a wide variety of starchy tubers, plants, or grains—such as green plantain, cassava, cocoyam, corn, or semolina. It comes in fresh, fermented, or powdered forms. We suggest grabbing a few different brands and finding your perfect FuFu flavor. Look for it on the shelves of our Discoveries Display!