(also known as Malanga and Dasheen) The white chip with the characteristic purplish-brown lines.
Sweet potato, a root vegetable often called a yam, is not really a yam at all, but rather a distinct variety of the Ipomea Batata family. Cultivated for thousands of years in the Western Hemisphere, sweet potatoes have become an important part of traditional American cuisine.
A member of the same family as carrots, fennel, parsley, celery, celeriac and chervil.
(Boniato or Cuban Sweet Potato) Light brown in color, yet darker than the Yuca. Batata has been savored in the Caribbean for centuries.