Dried Taro Leaves is a derivative product of taro leaves that have been processed to dry. This product is widely used as a substitute for tobacco as well as raw material for making compost. Origin : Indonesia Moisture content : 10-15% Length size : (requesable) Packaging : 10 KG plastic bag (by default) or Master Box Nicotine free
The cassava plant is a woody plant with erect stems and spirally arranged simple lobed leaves with petioles (leaf stems) up to 30 cm in length. The plant produces petal-less flowers on a raceme. The edible roots of the plant are usually cylindrical and tapered and are white, brown or reddish in color.
Sweet potatoes resemble potatoes, although they have no botanical relation. Sweet potatoes have a fusiform shape, orange colour and a thicker and harder rind. There are two types of sweet potatoes, those with dry flesh and those with gelatinous flesh. They both have a white or orange flesh.
Satoimo (里芋) or taro roots are a starchy root crop that is widely enjoyed in Japanese cuisine. They are often prepared through simmering in dashi and soy sauce in home-cooked dishes and traditional Japanese dishes. Compared to other varieties of taro, Satoimo is smaller in size with a round body and hairy brown skin.
Taro chips are thin slices of the taro that are seasoned and baked or fried. Taro can be substituted for potato and is usually prepared as you would a potato, that’s the reason I decided to prepare taro chips. Taro has a deeper, and nuttier flavor than a potato, it has a thick starchy texture when boiled. It can also be fried, or roasted.
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