Natong (food) | Wikipedia audio article

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Natong (food)

00:00:27 1 Names and Etymology
00:01:04 2 Taxonomy and Ecology
00:01:14 2.1 Nomenclature and related plants
00:02:03 2.2 Description
00:03:14 2.3 Distribution and habitat
00:04:33 3 Cultivation
00:06:59 4 Uses
00:07:08 4.1 Culinary
00:08:12 4.1.1 Oceania
00:08:20 4.1.1.1 Cook Islands
00:09:00 4.1.1.2 Fiji
00:10:00 4.1.1.3 Hawaii
00:16:03 4.1.1.4 Papua New Guinea
00:16:44 4.1.1.5 Polynesia
00:18:08 4.1.1.6 Samoa
00:18:44 4.1.1.7 Tonga
00:19:34 4.1.2 East and Southeast Asia
00:19:43 4.1.2.1 China
00:20:56 4.1.2.2 Japan
00:21:44 4.1.2.3 Korea
00:22:13 4.1.2.4 Philippines
00:23:19 4.1.2.5 Taiwan
00:24:08 4.1.2.6 Thailand
00:24:45 4.1.2.7 Vietnam
00:25:57 4.1.3 South Asia
00:26:05 4.1.3.1 Bangladesh
00:27:13 4.1.3.2 India
00:33:11 4.1.3.3 Maldives
00:33:47 4.1.3.4 Nepal
00:35:08 4.1.3.5 Pakistan
00:35:44 4.1.3.6 Sri Lanka
00:36:16 4.1.4 Middle East and Europe
00:37:03 4.1.4.1 Cyprus
00:37:45 4.1.4.2 Egypt
00:38:26 4.1.4.3 Greece
00:38:44 4.1.4.4 Lebanon
00:40:20 4.1.4.5 Portugal
00:40:55 4.1.4.6 Spain
00:41:27 4.1.4.7 Turkey
00:41:50 4.1.5 Africa
00:41:58 4.1.5.1 East Africa
00:42:25 4.1.5.2 South Africa
00:42:40 4.1.5.3 West Africa
00:43:46 4.1.6 Americas
00:43:54 4.1.6.1 Brazil
00:45:23 4.1.6.2 Central America
00:45:48 4.1.6.3 Haiti
00:46:07 4.1.6.4 Jamaica
00:46:26 4.1.6.5 Suriname
00:47:08 4.1.6.6 Trinidad & Tobago
00:47:36 4.1.6.7 United States
00:48:23 4.1.6.8 Venezuela
00:49:20 4.1.6.9 West Indies
00:50:34 4.2 Ornamental
00:50:47 4.3 Laboratory
00:51:04 5 See also

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Colocasia esculenta is a tropical plant grown primarily for its edible corms, the root vegetables most commonly known as taro (). It is the most widely cultivated species of several plants in the Araceae family which are used as vegetables for their corms, leaves, and petioles. Taro corms are a food staple in African, Oceanic and South Asian cultures, and taro is believed to have been one of the earliest cultivated plants.

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