refers to the main staple food of Burkina Faso. Tô, a kind of paste or a stiff porridge prepared with millet, sorghum or maize/corn flour which is eaten lukewarm and accompanied by a sauce . Sauces are a mainstay of the Burkinabè diet. In Burkina Faso, the most popular sauces are made with baobab and/or sorrel leaves and contain condiments, which vary from region to region. Also, shea butter or groundnut paste is frequently added. Tô is also known as Wu in Bissa and in Mooré it is called Sagabo . Burkina Faso is a country in the center of West Africa, north of Ghana and Ivory Coast.
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