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 How do you define yams?

Answer Yams are a long, round variety of tuber popular in the Caribbean and Latin America. Yams are typically boiled, fried, baked, mashed into dough or ground to form yam flour.MisconceptionsYams are oft... Read More »
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What is the origin of yams?

Yams are tubers of the herbaceous vines belonging to the genus discorea. They are close relations to the grasses and provide an important evolutionary link. While no one has been able to pinpoint ... Read More »
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How to Juice Yams?

Yams are natives of African and Asia, but they have been a food staple for centuries in South America and the Pacific Islands. As a root vegetable, the yam juices most easily in a twin gear juicer,... Read More »
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Do new zealanders eat yams?

New Zealanders do eat yams. There is in fact a type of yam called the "New Zealand Yam." According to Horticulture New Zealand, these yams are originally from the South American Andes, where they a... Read More »
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How to Make Yams?

This easy yam recipe is extra sweet and simply irresistible. It will go well with turkey or ham.
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