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Synonyms for taro

edible starchy tuberous root of taro plants

herb of the Pacific islands grown throughout the tropics for its edible root and in temperate areas as an ornamental for its large glossy leaves

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RWANDESE ARROWROOTSThere is an article that touched some Rwandese arrowroot variety (darsheen and Eddoe).
Malcolm had visited Guyana once before and remembered paying the equivalent of PS2 for a tiny loaf of bread, and during his time there would be eating things like yam, okra and eddoe, which resemble grey potatoes
Seeking Washing Machine for Tubers (eddoe, cassava, dasheen) model LT 2007.
eddoes and dasheen and christophine and sweet potatoes and white
"We have noticed that sales volume for Turbana chayote and malangas are growing at a faster rate than the eddo, probably because eddoes are lesser known.
Magistrate Julie Eddoes granted both defendants bail, with the condition not to enter North Wales until their next court appearance.
These are used to season the blander, starchy vegetables such as cassava, sweet potato and eddoes, collectively known as Ground Provisions.
Farming began there in June and the farm would see the cultivation of 30 acres of cassava, 10 acres of eddoes, and 10 acres of sweet potatoes.
Hosein R, Mellowes WA (1989) Malt hydrolysis of sweet-potatoes and eddoes for ethanol production.