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see arumarum,
common name for the Araceae, a plant family mainly composed of species of herbaceous terrestrial and epiphytic plants found in moist to wet habitats of the tropics and subtropics; some are native to temperate zones.
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(Colocasia esculenta), a tropical perennial plant of the family Araceae. The large tubers of taro, weighing up to 4 kg, are used as food, boiled or fried like potatoes; the young etiolated leaves are cooked like asparagus. Taro is one of the most ancient cultivated plants. It is grown mainly in the moist tropical and subtropical regions of the eastern hemisphere and is an especially popular food in Oceania. It can be cultivated on the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus.


1. an aroid plant, Colocasia esculenta, cultivated in the tropics for its large edible rootstock
2. the rootstock of this plant
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Next lightly brown the eddoes by cooking them in a non-stick frying pan with one tbsp of olive oil & salt and pepper.
Now transfer the eddoes to the oven and cook them until they are tender, which should take about 35 minutes.
Certain items in Turbana's tropical line, which includes yucca, chayote, eddoes, batata, malanga lila, calabaza, yellow yam, dry coconut, name, aloe vera, malanga coco and malanga blanca, will also feature QR codes linking to creative recipes.
Eddoes, for instance, is a completely legitimate career man: a man who knows his work, who does it, who takes pride in it, and who is as good at doing it as any man in his field anywhere.