Okok, also called fumbwa, is particularly popular with Cameroonians. It consists of gnetum leaves, peanut paste, and palm nut juice and is accompanied by cassava tubers or sticks. Preparation and storage. Storage and use information: keep dry. Item details.
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The points of sale are the markets of Mvog-Betsi, Essos and Mokolo. In the urban center, it can be found very early in the morning at the small market called the station bridge.