sweet cassava


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Noun1.sweet cassava - South American plant with roots used as a vegetable and herbage used for stock feedsweet cassava - South American plant with roots used as a vegetable and herbage used for stock feed
casava, cassava - any of several plants of the genus Manihot having fleshy roots yielding a nutritious starch
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Although the cyanogenic content of sweet cassava is substantially less than that of wild cultivars (up to 100 ppm) (1), the sweet cassava cultivars still require detoxification before they are consumed; this involves peeling the tubers, soaking them in water for 4-6 days, and sun-drying or roasting them.
In West, Central and East Africa the root is most commonly boiled, particularly the sweet cassava varieties.
Patrick's Church and a Taste of Pilipino Christmasregular since its inception; Senorita Bread(sweet rolls) courtesy of the popular Chinese Filipino restaurant in the Peninsula, Ling Nam;Sumang Kamoteng Kahoy(sweet cassava wrapped in banana leaf) courtesy of Tess Cruz, who caters to the community and sells her delicacies at the back entrance of St.
There are two main categories of cassava depending on their hydrocyanic acid content: sweet cassava (for direct consumption of the tuber) and bitter cassava (for making starch and other derivatives).