Taro Root. Have you ever tried it? .
I always get asked at the checkout what I do with it😆 and have been asked by other customers as well. It’s not a common food in Canada or the US, it’s a staple food in Africa, China, Hawaii and the Caribbean. It’s also one of my staple foods, especially through the Fall and Winter season when we eat hardier foods. .
Taro is a tubular root, mainly a carb with a high fiber. It’s also a good source of antioxidants and rich nutrients such as: potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, folate, vitamins C, B6 and E. .
Next time you want a potato😝 Try Taro! I love them! They are AIP friendly and are good for gut health... unlike potatoes.