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  1. photo <b>Yams</b>YamsArticle
    stews. Make yam chips or bake yams in their skins. Include yams in your next roasted vegetable dish, pairing well with fennel, onions, garlic and carrots. In Africa, yam is pounded into a very stiff pasteRead more
  2. photo Sweet Potato Or <b>Yam</b>? Oh the Confusion!Sweet Potato Or Yam? Oh the Confusion!Article
    What a name puzzle! Sweet potato or yam? Are they one in the same? Nope. Despite the standard calls to “Pass the yams!” across the Thanksgiving dinner table, most vegetables labeled “yamsRead more
  3. Velvet Beet Puree with Chopped YamRecipe
    -Laxative Vasodilator Alterative Blood-Tonic ayurvedic notesRoot vegetables ground Vata but aggravate Kapha. Great for winter season. Beets, yams, and other red or orange colored food helpsRead more
  4. photo Sweet PotatoesSweet PotatoesArticle
    Sweet Potatoes Season for Sweet Potatoes November – December Sweet Potatoes Described First things first: The orange, sweet root vegetable that is often called a “yam” and showcased in America’sRead more
  5. photo Cold Wakame Shirataki Noodle Recipe with Cucumber, Ginger and SesameCold Wakame Shirataki Noodle Recipe with Cucumber, Ginger and SesameRecipe
    When you see shirataki noodles at the store, do you think “low-carb fad food?” While the Atkins and South Beach diets did make the most of these low-carb yam noodles, there’s no need to limitRead more
  6. photo Meatless Monday Roundup: 4 Sweet Potato RecipesMeatless Monday Roundup: 4 Sweet Potato RecipesArticle
    potato, when fried, becomes the perfect addition to an otherwise light, vibrant, vegetable-based dish. This fried yam with rice noodles recipe combines light, Asian flavors and chunks of sweet, fried yamRead more
  7. photo Color Me Healthy – Choosing Healthy Fruits, Veggies by ColorColor Me Healthy – Choosing Healthy Fruits, Veggies by ColorTreatment
    , carrots, pumpkin, orange peppers, guava, mangoes, acorn and butternut squash, corn, yams, apricots and cantaloupe are a few examples. These fruits and vegetables and many more help fight or even preventRead more
  8. photo 5 Ways to Eat Root <b>Vegetables</b> for Dessert5 Ways to Eat Root Vegetables for DessertArticle
    , perhaps with some wholesome veggies? And what if you could even make it a seasonal dessert by using winter root vegetables? Even more, gather your roots from the farmers market, and you’re a locavore. WellRead more
  9. photo How to Make Mashed Potatoes with Most Any Seasonal <b>Vegetable</b>How to Make Mashed Potatoes with Most Any Seasonal VegetableArticle
    a familiar potato-like flavor (or at least compliment potato flavors). Consider the following root vegetables and squashes for your base: Turnips Carrots Beets Celery root Daikon Parsnips Radishes YamsRead more
  10. photo 5 Obscure Healthy <b>Vegetables</b> that You Need in Your Life5 Obscure Healthy Vegetables that You Need in Your LifeArticle
    in 1860. It is a popular table vegetable in New Zealand, where it is simply called “yam”. It comes in many colors, including yellow, orange, pink, apricot and red. In 100 grams, oca offers more than 60Read more

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Yam (vegetable)

Yam is the common name for some plant species in the genus Dioscorea (family Dioscoreaceae) that form edible tubers. These are perennial herbaceous vines cultivated for the consumption of their starchy tubers in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and Oceania. There are many cultivars of yam. Although some varieties of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) are also called yam in parts of the...More