Ruy is another term for Pap used in Gambia which is usually served for breakfast. Most urban Gambians eat bread for breakfast, but others may also have Chura Gerrte or Chura Greteh (boiled maize, rice and peanuts or Ruy (pap), with added yoghurt or tinned milk.

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