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Colocasia esculenta is known as Taro.  This is a cultivated species of the Araceae family.  The underground root, called a "corm", is edible and a popular vegetable in parts of Asia, the Pacific islands, West Africa and regions of South America.  Taro is also known as Cocoyam, Dasheen, Colocasia, Elephant's Ear (plant and leaves) and Kalo.

Did you know....
the heart-shaped leaves of this plant resemble elephant leaves?  The perennial plant grows to be up to 5 - 6 feet tall!

Taro is a great source of fiber and are free from gluten protein.



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Taro Root, Dasheem, Asian vegetable

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Fruits & 

Fruits are the fleshy edible part of a plant that contains its seeds. Most people think that rhubarb is a fruit, but technically, rhubarb is a vegetable.

Vegetables are plants that are cultivated for their edible parts which include roots, stems, leaves or flowers.  Therefore, a zucchini is botanically a fruit, but is used as a vegetable.




"Anyone can count 
the number of seeds 
in an apple, 
but only God 
can count 
the number of 
apples in a seed."

~ Robert H. Schuller ~





"Might it be,
that the produce manager is more important to your children's health 
than is the pediatrician?"

~ Meryl Streep ~





"Let my words,
like vegetables,
be tender and sweet,
for tomorrow,
I may have to 
eat them."

~ Author Unknown ~





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but there's no
 that can 
make them laugh."

~ Anonymous ~





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Although you don't
lose much weight,
from a distance,
your friends think
you look thinner!




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