• Chayote

Chayote

2022-08-23T15:19:36+02:00

Chayote is a green-skinned smooth pear-shaped fruit, about 7-10 cm in size. The pulp of chayote is greenish-white and the taste is a bit like a cucumber.

Chayote2022-08-23T15:19:36+02:00
  • Plantain

Plantain

2021-03-23T13:42:26+01:00

These bulky bananas differ from regular bananas in the sense that they cannot be eaten raw.

Plantain2021-03-23T13:42:26+01:00
  • Sugar cane

Sugar cane

2021-03-30T12:12:40+02:00

Sugar cane is a very special type of grass, which received his name due to the stems, which tastes as sugar. Dutch explorers were therefore surprised when they came in contact with this cane and called it honey without the need of bees. It looks like bamboo.

Sugar cane2021-03-30T12:12:40+02:00
  • Eddo

Eddo

2021-03-30T12:25:34+02:00

Eddo is the root of a tropical plant from the taro family. It has a firm skin and looks like a hairy potato. The taste of the eddo is similar to a potato and is often described as nutty. Eddo can't be eaten row because its slightly poisonous. But the taste is absolutely worth cooking, baking, frying or steaming first.

Eddo2021-03-30T12:25:34+02:00
  • Cassava

Cassava

2022-01-28T07:41:20+01:00

Cassava is a large edible root. Cassava is also known by the names of tapioca, manioc or yucca. The flavour can be compared to a potato. In addition, they have in common that both contain a lot of starch.

Cassava2022-01-28T07:41:20+01:00
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