Sweet potato

Sweet potato

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

Not a true potato but the tuber of a large, leafy plant which can be grown in any warm climate. Sweet potatoes can be either white or orange-fleshed, and take the shape of a large, fat sausage. Despite the name, sweet potatoes are quite different from potatoes in taste and texture. However, they can be cooked the same ways as potatoes, such as oven-baked in their skin, or boiled and peeled, then tossed in butter, or mashed.

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