On these the manioc will be planted for two years and then new areas will be cleared in the same manner.
Give the appetite something now and then new to smell, or see with the manioc, and the Zanzibari is satisfied.
The manioc root, of which cassava bread is made, also grows abundantly here, and basket work is rather an important industry too.
If our friends and relatives have sickened, and died—it must surely be that the manioc has had something to do with it.
Under ordinary circumstances the man of colour in the tropics will only raise enough maize, manioc, or tobacco for his own needs.
This encouraged Salim, who, clearing his throat, resumed: There is no doubt that the main fault lies in the manioc.
At midday he sat down by the edge of a trickling stream to eat his dinner of manioc, then set off again.
You say that manioc was your food at Yambuya, and that it made you sick and your men died?
The manioc is afterward kneaded into dough and made into round puddings, which are boiled several hours.
And you cut some leaves of manioc and brought them in, to bruise them and make greens.
1560s, from Tupi manioch, mandioca, name for the root of the cassava plant.