Taro root

July 5, 2011  •  Category:



Whether you know it intimately or have never even tasted it, I have got a little dish with it,  mañana!


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  1. Simon says:

    It’s yucca. Not how it tastes, that’s it’s name, I think.

  2. Ana Maria says:


  3. Velva says:

    A definite tuber…Perhaps yuca or malanga? Somehow, I think I am wrong.

    Until tomorrow,

  4. A Bare Truth says:

    i doubt it’s taro, it looks like sweet potato but it isn’t

  5. Simon says:

    Is it cassava

  6. sappadman says:

    this is the tapioca

  7. Diane says:

    I have no idea other than it looks like a root!!!! Diane

  8. Moira says:

    It’s yucca or cassava, in portuguese we call them “mandioca”

  9. Marina says:

    Isn’t this a yuca root?? I’ve had mexican food containing yuca root, I think this might be it 🙂

  10. Nuts about food says:

    Looking forward. Linked to you today, by the way.

  11. Barbara says:

    It’s yucca root….saw it in Whole Foods yesterday.

  12. Hisham Assaad says:

    It is very common in Sri Lanka. They use it to make chips that are well seasoned and are double the thickness of a regular potato chips making them crunchier

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