Juliet Edmund is a farmer. She has been involved in polyculture with her husband for 12 years. They are engaged in animal husbandry, horticulture, horticulture, as well as cassava flour. Two years ago, she started making recipes with 100% cassava flour to replace wheat flour. It is set on a farm in the Duchatel district of Ducos.
Juliet Edmund, co-owner of a farm in Ducos’ Duchatel district, started 2 years ago with recipes made with 100% cassava flour instead of wheat flour.
A farmer with 12 years of experience, together with her husband, she is engaged in polyculture. They are engaged in animal husbandry, horticulture, horticulture, as well as cassava flour.
Accustomed to offering “cassava” (cakes), she was approached by a gluten-allergic client who wanted cassava flour pies to replace wheat.
Together with their friend Manuela, they went on an adventure. And today, on the farm of Juliet Edmund, acres, savory and sweet pies and cakes are baked from cassava flour.
To share his know-how, the farmer will hold workshops for adults and children on the benefits of cassava flour in our diet.