A tuber vegetable originating from Central America that is typically referred to as either a Sweet Potato or yam in the U.S. It is common for food stores to display and people to refer to the Sweet Potato as a yam, when it is actually a Sweet Potato.
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Preparing Potatoes for Grilling
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The skin of a potato is edible, so the potato can be prepared with the skins on or with the skins off.
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A bulbous plant consisting of single head containing smaller bulbs or cloves individually wrapped in papery skins, which are all wrapped tightly together with another layer of dry papery skin, forming the bulb head.
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The New Food Guide Pyramid Defined
In April of 2005, the USDA unveiled the new food guide pyramid for the purpose of educating people on the importance of healthy eating and exercise.
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The most popular tuber vegetable in the world. It is available in hundreds of varieties, which vary in size, shape, taste, color, and starch content.
A container that is built for the purpose of storing garlic cloves or bulbs. Small and most often round in shape with a loosely fitted top, the garlic pot can be placed in a kitchen area on a counter for ease of access.
A kitchen utensil that is used as a "pot" for baking garlic bulbs. Although there are garlic pots that are made specifically to store garlic, some garlic bakers are used as storage devices if constructed of a material such as terracotta that absorbs moisture and if the device has a way to circulate air so mold does not begin to grow on the garlic.