Growing Taro In My Aquaponic System

  1. Nian-Shing

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    I am not sure about eating the stem but the tubers and leaves, yeppers. Polynesian style: taro leaves, lamb or pork chops, onion and coconut cream cooked in the umu/hangi....yummo! LOL Or use corn beef instead of chops. We boil our taro like you do potatoes and you eat it with pork or fish or chicken or corn beef and coconut sauce LOL
     
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    A lady from New Guinea lives not far from me and she does a wonderful fruit cake using previously cooked taro or purple skinned sweet potato mashed with freshly pressed coconut cream and some dried fruit.
    She puts it in a big deep pan with lid then into the hungi in the top layer.
    It is yummo!! Served with fresh mango pureed.
     
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